Florida Hospital announced their second-largest capital investment of its 100-year history this week. The capital investment is expected to total $270 million and to include three new health-care towers - all dedicated to women's health.
The first tower will be located at Florida Hospital Orlando's campus. The 12-story Florida Hospital Orlando Women's Pavilion will occupy 400,000 square feet on the main Florida Hospital campus. It is the only one of the towers that will have patient rooms. The $233 million tower will have 332 licensed beds and a neonatal intensive-care unit. It is expected to open in early 2015.
The second building will be a four-story Celebration Health Women's Institute located at Florida Hospital Celebration Health and will occupy 80,000 square feet and house physician offices in addition to women's health services. The $19 million tower is scheduled to open next fall.
The third building will be on the campus of Winter Park Memorial Hospital. The smallest of the three buildings, at 22,000 square feet and two stories, the Winter Park Women's Health Pavilion will offer services related to heart conditions, digestive disorders and menopause management. The $15 million facility is slated to open next summer.