July 31, 2020 – AdventHealth (Altamonte Springs, FL) and Orlando Health, two of Central Florida’s largest nonprofit health systems, have each opened new facilities in Osceola County.
AdventHealth has opened a $123 million, five-story patient tower at the AdventHealth Celebration campus. The new, 166,621-square-foot tower includes 80 private patient rooms and has space for another 40 beds, which would give the hospital a total of 350 beds. It is also designed to accommodate future expansion of the hospital’s cardiac services and interventional neurological services, which includes care for conditions like strokes. The project initially broke ground in 2018.
About 17 miles away, Orlando Health has opened a medical pavilion at Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital (St. Cloud, FL) (formerly known as St. Cloud Regional Medical Center).
The 50,000-square-foot, two-story building will be known as Orlando Health Medical Pavilion – St. Cloud and include offices for St. Cloud Medical Group physician practices. Ancillary hospital departments also have moved into the new building, which has space for private retail, new outpatient services and private physician offices. The IDN anticipates opening a walk-in clinic and an outpatient lab at the pavilion by late August.
The project broke ground in May 2019, prior to Orlando Health fully acquiring the hospital on July 1, 2020 from Community Health Systems Inc. (CHS) (Franklin, TN).