Orlando Health Dr. P. Phillips Hospital, located in Orlando, Florida, recently unveiled its new $20-million expansion on the hospital’s fifth floor, which was designed to provide additional space to facilitate the growing community and enhance the quality of care for surgical patients.
The new space, which prior to the build-out was a shell space created after a renovation project in 2008, includes a comfortable family lounge and 48 private rooms that feature lakefront and International Drive views. Additionally, the floor boasts a Joint Camp classroom for educating patients and their loved ones before and after surgery, and a separate rehabilitation gym to support recovery.
The expansion increases the total number of hospital beds from 237 to 285. It adds 42,000 square feet to the hospital and provides a modern space for all surgical patients. The new floor will increase capacity by 20% and allow the hospital to expand in other service areas.
Construction began in June 2019. The architect for the project was HKS. The general contractor was Barton Malow Co.
Interior photos courtesy of John Randle dba Randle Photo.