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Altamonte Springs-based nonprofit health system AdventHealth bought 5.87 acres for $4.5 million on July 26, according to Orange County records. The trio of properties was previously owned by both the estate of the late Virgil Bocker and Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin-based Midwest Enterprises and Development LLC.

The three parcels are:

  • 2928 W Kelly Park Road: Includes 4.8 acres and has two single-family homes on the site, according to the Orange County Property Appraiser.
  • 2902 W Kelly Park Road: The 0.5-acre site has one manufactured home.
  • 2896 W Kelly Park Road: The 0.57-acre site is vacant.

The properties are located to the north of its AdventHealth Apopka hospital, which is roughly a 10-mile drive away.


Source:  OBJ

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AdventHealth has sold at least two skilled nursing facilities it owns in Orange County for nearly $37 million to a new-to-market company.

The Altamonte Springs-based health system sold properties at 730 Courtland St. in Orlando and 305 E. Oak St. in Apopka. Entities that bought the properties appear to be linked to Lakewood, New Jersey-based Imperial Healthcare Group LLC.

  • 730 Courtland St. in Orlando: The 4.9-acre property includes 120 beds and traded hands for $19.25 million. The 52,651-square-foot building was built in 2000, per county records.
  • 305 E. Oak St .in Apopka: The 6.54-acre property includes 120 beds and traded hands for $17.73 million. The 53,510-square-foot building was built in 1992.



Source:  OBJ

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A new state-of-the-art facility opened its doors on Monday, offering new options for specialty care to Seminole County residents.

The new AdventHealth Lake Mary Health Park is a three-story, 58,000-square-foot facility that offers a wide range of specialty practices, including gastroenterology, electrophysiology, lab services, diagnostic medical imaging, sports medicine and rehab, urology/UroGYN, breast surgery, general surgery and outpatient surgery.

“AdventHealth is a comprehensive and connected health care network dedicated to caring for our communities, which is why we are thrilled to expand and better serve Lake Mary and Seminole County residents,” said Jeff Villanueva, CEO for AdventHealth Altamonte Springs. “This innovative facility further establishes our commitment to provide convenient whole-person care close to home.”

The outpatient surgery center is set to open in late 2024 and will be located on the third floor, where patients will have access to screenings, biopsies and surgical intervention.

“We’re excited about the opening of the AdventHealth Lake Mary Health Park providing convenient specialty care and meeting the needs of this developing community,” said Joel George, executive director of retail services at AdventHealth. “With an emphasis on providing concierge-level service and a consumer-centric experience, our new health park is built for the modern world, making access to health care easy and friendly.”

The health park is located right next to the AdventHealth Lake Mary ER on Rinehart Road.

Even before patients walk through the door of this new facility, they will be able to schedule appointments, complete registration and talk to their providers online.

Patients will be greeted by an engagement specialist that will offer a personalized experience that is tailored to their needs.

AdventHealth opened its first health park, in Osceola County, in August 2020.

Since then, two other parks have opened in Clermont and Port Orange.


Source:  WFTV 9

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

AdventHealth plans to build a new health and wellness campus in southeast Orlando’s Lake Nona community with a 120-bed hospital that may cost north of an estimated $75 million.

The Altamonte Springs-based nonprofit health system — with $6.5 billion in Central Florida revenue — filed plans with the city of Orlando to build a 250,000-square-foot hospital, a 50,000-square-foot medical office building and a parking garage.

Doug Harcombe, CEO of AdventHealth’s south market, which includes Osceola and Orange counties, told Orlando Business Journal construction should start on the new hospital this summer and be finished in late 2025. The general contractor for the project hasn’t been chosen yet.

“Lake Nona is a unique, innovative and rapidly growing community,” Harcombe said. “We plan to expand our care network and better serve the residents and visitors alike.”

A hospital of that size may cost about $70 million to build, while a medical office building that size could cost about $5 million, according to industry standards.

AdventHealth would build the project on a 67.8-acre site it owns east of Narcoossee Road and north of State Road 417 at 10999 Narcoossee Road. That property is across the road from its existing 19,000-square-foot AdventHealth Lake Nona ER at 10080 Lake Nona Blvd., which it opened in 2020. The number of employees for the new campus has yet to be determined.

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Residents of east Volusia County will soon have a new and convenient option for outpatient surgical services.

AdventHealth has broken ground on an ambulatory surgery center (ASC) that will provide a wide range of procedures including cardiac, general surgery, orthopedics, and several other specialties. The building is on AdventHealth’s existing Daytona Beach campus on Memorial Medical Parkway.

The 3-floor, 60,000-square-foot building will contain four operating rooms and two catheterization labs, and will be the medical office home to the Cardiology Physicians Group and North Florida Surgeons specialty group.

It is slated to open in January 2024.

“We look forward to adding this beautiful facility to the AdventHealth Daytona Beach campus,” said David Weis, president & CEO of AdventHealth Daytona Beach. “This project represents an exciting collaboration with two of the leading independent physician groups in our area and will be a destination center for cardiovascular, surgical, and women’s outpatient care.”

Outpatient surgery centers are not only convenient, offering an excellent patient experience, but also provide lower-cost options for the community to access high-quality care.

On the first floor of the building will be a 6,500-square foot AdventHealth cardiac rehabilitation clinic, imaging services, and an 8,300-square-foot surgical clinic for North Florida Surgeons. The second floor will house a 20,000-square-foot cardiology clinic for Cardiology Physicians Group, and the third floor will have a 20,000-square-foot ambulatory surgery center (ASC) that will be used by both medical groups and a number of other independent and AdventHealth Medical Group physicians.

“We see a great benefit to offering a separate venue for outpatient procedures,” said Dr. Dinesh Arab of Cardiology Physicians Group, who serves as director of interventional cardiology at AdventHealth Daytona Beach. “This facility will allow a seamless way for patients who don’t require acute care to have their procedures done quickly and conveniently.”


“North Florida Surgeons is excited to partner with AdventHealth in building this cutting-edge outpatient surgical facility,” added Dr. Mark White of North Florida Surgeons. “Having our office in the same building makes it very convenient for our patients to get 5-star surgical care all in one facility.”

The $45.7 million building is a joint venture between AdventHealth and health care real estate services firm Meadows & Ohly. The architect on the project is Hunton Brady, and the general contractor is Brasfield & Gorrie.



Source:  FlaglerLive.com