Brasfield & Gorrie Begins Construction on Orlando Health Lake Mary Hospital

November 22, 2021

Seven people with shovels and hard hats break ground in front of a medical facility

A new era of healthcare is unfolding in Seminole County, Florida, with the groundbreaking ceremony for Orlando Health Lake Mary Hospital.

The new hospital represents the next phase of growth for Orlando Health’s Lake Mary campus. It will have 180 beds housed in two six-story towers with the ability to expand up to 240 beds. At 320,000 square feet, Orlando Health Lake Mary Hospital will be a comprehensive acute care facility. A key focus area for the new hospital will be women’s health, including labor and delivery services, and a future neonatal intensive care unit. The new facility will include six state-of-the-art operating rooms and two catheterization labs, a comprehensive imaging suite, medical-surgical bed units, an observation unit, dining, chapel and gift shop, among other features. Once complete, the hospital will be connected to the existing Orlando Health Emergency Room – Lake Mary.

Construction of the facility will be complete in late spring 2024. The architect for the project is HKS Architects, Inc., and construction management is led by Brasfield & Gorrie.

Learn more in a press release from Orlando Health.