Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital amplía los servicios de atención médica con un nuevo pabellón médico

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Brent Burish, President of Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital; Mayor Nathan Blackwell, City of St. Cloud; and Thibaut van Marcke, Senior Vice President, Orlando Health Southeast Region, and President of Orlando Health Dr. P. Phillips Hospital; during ribbon cutting ceremony.

St. Cloud, FL – El lunes, 27 de julio se llevó a cabo una ceremonia de corte de cinta con Brent Burish, presidente del Hospital Orlando Health St. Cloud; Thibaut van Marcke, vicepresidente senior de la Región Sudeste de Orlando Health y presidente del Hospital Dr. Phillips de Orlando Health; y el alcalde Nathan Blackwell, de la ciudad de St. Cloud, para presentar las nuevas instalaciones.
El edificio de dos pisos de 50,000 pies cuadrados en el campus del hospital comprende las prácticas médicas de St. Cloud Medical Group, que incluye tanto prácticas de atención especializada como consultorios de atención primaria. Los departamentos de hospitales auxiliares también se han mudado al nuevo espacio, que cuenta con espacio para venta minorista privada, nuevos servicios ambulatorios y consultorios médicos privados.
A fines de agosto de 2020, se abrirá una clínica sin cita con horario extendido para proporcionar servicios médicos para enfermedades menores o agudas. Un laboratorio ambulatorio está configurado para abrir al mismo tiempo.
El Sr. van Marcke dijo que Orlando Health se compromete a brindar una atención superior a los pacientes en todo el centro de Florida. “Nuestro objetivo es planificar para el futuro y hacer que la atención médica sea más accesible en todo el centro de Florida. Este nuevo pabellón médico es un punto de contacto clave que nos ayudará a mejorar la experiencia y los resultados para nuestros pacientes en St. Cloud y el Condado Osceola”, dijo.


Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital expands healthcare services with new medical pavilion   

St. Cloud, FL – A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Monday, July 27 with Brent Burish, president of Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital; Thibaut van Marcke, senior vice president, Orlando Health Southeast Region, and president of Orlando Health Dr. P. Phillips Hospital; and Mayor Nathan Blackwell, City of St. Cloud to unveil the new facility.
The 50,000 square feet, two-story building on the hospital’s campus comprises the St. Cloud Medical Group physician practices, which includes both specialty care practices and primary care offices. Ancillary hospital departments have also moved into the new space, which features space for private retail, new outpatient services, and private physician offices.
By late August 2020, a walk-in clinic will open with extended hours to provide medical services for minor or acute illness. An outpatient lab is set to open at the same time.
Mr. van Marcke stated Orlando Health is committed to providing superior care to patients across Central Florida. “Our goal is to plan for the future and to make healthcare more accessible throughout Central Florida. This new medical pavilion is a key touchpoint that will help us improve experience and outcomes for our patients in St. Cloud and Osceola County,” he said.
Florida-based Catalyst Healthcare Real Estate developed the new medical pavilion. The facility was built with input from the City of St. Cloud to become part of the city’s Medical Arts District designation.

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