The exciting new Florida Hospital Apopka campus is being built on a 70-acre site at the intersection of Haram Rd. and Ocoee-Apopka Rd.
The new facility will include a seven-story, 600,000 sq.ft. hospital building, a four-story 200,000 sq.ft. medical office building and a helipad. The new campus is expected to create up to 300 new jobs for nurses, pharmacists, and other medical professionals.
The new Florida Hospital Apopka is replacing an existing hospital with 50 beds. Florida Hospital Apopka will feature 120 private patient rooms, a 39-bed full-service emergency department, seven advanced surgical suites, with shell space for two more suites, as well as Apopka’s first two observation diagnostic cardiac catheterization labs, and imaging department. The project will expand the Women’s Center, outpatient rehab, Critical Care and ICU Units at a facility located close to two major roads, State Road 414 and 429, for even greater convenience and access.
The new Florida Hospital Apopka has incorporated plenty of open space and local greenery into the design and landscaping. Patient rooms have been designed to bring natural light indoors to provide a more holistic, people-centered approach to medicine.” Many patient rooms will overlook the nearby 48-square-mile Lake Apopka.
Florida Hospital plans on building a 400-resident senior living community at the old Apopka Hospital site once the new hospital opens. Completion of the new Florida Hospital Apopka campus is scheduled for October 2017.