Orlando Health has broken ground on its new emergency room and medical pavilion in Lake Mary. At $42 million, the 30-acre project will be a part of a medical complex on the northwest corner of Manderley Run and Rinehart Road.
The first phase of construction will feature a freestanding emergency room on the first floor that is provided as a service of Orlando Health's Seminole Hospital. The two-story 40,000 square-foot emergency room will include 24 exam rooms, an imaging department, ambulance bays and a helipad. Adjacent to the pavilion will be a three-story, 60,000-square-foot medical office building that houses specialty physician offices, an ambulatory surgery center, and outpatient imaging and laboratory services.
"Orlando Health is dedicated to excellence in supporting and serving our patients. The Orlando Health Lake Mary Emergency Room and Medical Pavilion will allow us to continue in our commitment to provide individuals in the Lake Mary community with access to the highest quality of care that's close to home," said Shawn Molsberger, President, Orlando Health-South Seminole Hospital.
For more information on Orlando Health's new emergency room and medical pavilion, please visit http://www.orlandohealth.com/LakeMaryER.