The new St. Anthony’s Central Hospital opened June 2011 and includes a large, modern 560,000 square foot hospital, on-campus medical office buildings, an ambulatory and hospital procedure center and a distinct outpatient pavilion. At time of groundbreaking this was one of the largest medical campus construction projects in the nation.
To meet the needs of a growing community, the MCH Emergency Department is expanding and adding world-class amenities to optimize its world-class emergency care. The M.B. Fernandez Trauma Center at Miami Children’s Hospital Emergency Department – the only freestanding Level I pediatric trauma center in Florida is also being expanded. Highlights of the department expansion include:
The 9-story, 330,000 square foot Heart and Vascular building is dedicated to heart and vascular treatment. In addition to patient rooms and state-of-the-art operating rooms, cardiac catheterization and electrophysiology labs are included. These areas allow for the most advanced technology to be incorporated as new innovations are developed.
The $536 million medical center construction project opened in March 2012. The nine story facility will provide a total of 446 beds with increased diagnostic and treatment capability to serve areas of excellence in cardiac care, neurology, women’s health, pediatrics, oncology and orthopedics. The tower includes state of the art facilities for emergency care including life flight, advanced imaging, surgery, acute care and critical care serving both adult and pediatric patients.