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site owned by AdventHealth east of Narcoossee Road and north of State Road 417 at 10999 Narcoossee Road

AdventHealth began construction on a 10-story, $423 million hospital at 10999 Narcoossee Road in Orlando’s Lake Nona community.

The 25-acre hospital will debut in 2026 with 80 beds, with shell space to expand to up to 320 beds. A medical office building and retail buildings also will be included.

An existing 19,000-square-foot freestanding emergency room at 10080 Lake Nona Blvd., which has been open since 2020, will remain open until the hospital debuts. The system has not determined a final use, but the ER could be repurposed into a medical office building, an outpatient surgical center or another use.

The Orlando Business Journal reports the goal will be to have an incision-less center, which includes using ultrasound to break up tumors and robotic surgical technology. Other specialties the hospital will feature will include bariatrics, cardiology, men’s health, neurology and orthopedics. The hospital will debut with 500 staff members.

ESA is the project architect, while Brasfield & Gorrie is the general contractor.


Source:  Connect CRE

The purchase includes two parcels under an acre without an address and an 8.64-acre property at 4271 Pleasant Hill Road.

adventhealth ocala medical office building rendering 760x320

The new medical office building will join several other ongoing medical services development projects in Ocala.

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AdventHealth broke ground last week on AdventHealth Minneola, an 80-bed hospital that will bring inpatient care to the growing population of south Lake County. Leaders and community members came together to mark the start of construction.

The four-story hospital will be located on Hancock Road at Florida’s Turnpike, off the Minneola interchange.

The facility will be approximately 204,000 square feet and includes an emergency department; full-service imaging; five operating suites; endoscopy services; outpatient laboratory; heart catheterization labs; 40 critical care patient rooms and 40 general medical or surgical rooms. These new services will meet a significant need in south Lake County which has seen a shortage of physicians in nearly every specialty.

As part of AdventHealth’s $271 million investment in the community’s health care infrastructure, AdventHealth Minneola will serve as a beacon of hope and healing. A recent study by Sg2, a health care consulting agency, estimates the population of Minneola will increase by 13% in the next five years, making the provision of high-quality acute care services critical.

“We are committed to providing convenient, whole-person care close to home, wherever consumers live in Central Florida,” said Kari Vargas, CEO of AdventHealth’s Northwest Market. “With a fast-growing population and a community need for additional access to primary and specialty care, we look forward to offering the residents of South Lake a complete range of exceptional, compassionate care.”

The Agency for Healthcare Administration (ACHA) reports that over 45% of residents of this community leave the county to receive inpatient services.

“In many cases, we know that the best medical care is care that is close to home,” said Dr. Nicholas McAlister, director of emergency medicine at AdventHealth Clermont and Winter Garden. “For many residents of this community, that care hasn’t been available, which leads them to leave the area if they need hospital services. This facility will allow more of those people to receive world-class care closer to home.”

The Minneola campus joins AdventHealth’s growing network of inpatient and outpatient services in the South Lake and West Orange communities. The hospital will be located in a new and up-and-coming development, as well as within walking distance of shopping, entertainment, housing, and green space.

“It is an honor for me and my fellow City Council members to welcome AdventHealth to Minneola,” said Mayor Pat Kelley. “The presence of AdventHealth in our community will further accelerate the development of our economic development zone. AdventHealth Minneola hospital will not only offer residents a health care provider to proud of, but also bring good high-paying health care jobs to our community.”

Upon completion, the hospital will bring 500 jobs to the community.

The architect is ESa and the general contractor is Brasfield & Gorrie. AdventHealth Minneola is scheduled to open in late 2025.

AdventHealth Poinciana Campus Rendering_Photo Credit GrowthSpotter 760x320

AdventHealth has filed plans with Osceola County to build a new medical campus in Poinciana across from Liberty High School.

The healthcare company applied for rezoning for four parcels on Pleasant Hill Road currently occupied by the Johnston Springs RV Park and Campground. The assemblage spans nearly 57 acres, but the proposed Planned Development would only cover 8.6 acres, according to the application.

The campus would be developed in two phases and would mirror the development program established by the company’s other HealthPark projects, like the ones in Clermont and at U.S. 192 at Partin Settlement Road.

The proposal calls for a 17,585-square-foot Free Standing Emergency Department in the phase 1, followed by a 4-story, 48,000-square-foot medical/dental office building in phase 2. The application The PD would also allow an outpatient surgery center, a helipad, rehabilitation center and complementary commercial uses, such as daycare, pharmacy or eyeglass provider.

The application also notes that there would be a 10-foot-wide vegetative buffer between any medical use and existing RV sites.


Source:  GrowthSpotter