UF Health Plans to Build New Tower
GAINESVILLE- UF Health officials are planning to build a new specialty tower to accommodate anticipated growth in several areas.
A press release from UF Health outlines the expansion plan.
The tower will house neuromedicine and cardiovascular hospitals, which will provide state-of-the-art care to patients and include 18 operating rooms and intensive care units.
In addition, there will be complementary outpatient facilities.
The new tower will be located on UF Health's south campus and will feature about 240 beds.
The UF Health Shands Hospital board of directors will evaluate a formal proposal next spring and health officials say they hope to begin construction next summer.
Their goal is to open the new tower in 2018.
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