Baptist Health to Build a $200M Florida Hospital

Groundbreaking is set for Spring 2020 for Baptist Health Jacksonville’s newest hospital on Fleming Island.  The 300,000 square foot, full-service hospital will open in 2022 with 100 beds. According to the press release, Baptist Health is investing $200 million to build the new hospital.

Houston Methodist Center for Innovation Opens Hub to Test New Tech

A renovated wing of Houston Methodist’s flagship hospital will serve as the Technology Hub, where physicians, nurses and patients will evaluate digital services. Becker’s Hospital Review shared the 3,500 square foot space is formerly an 18-room patient wing which has been repurposed for the technology testing lab.

CEO Brings New Vision of Future Growth to Baptist Health

Following in the footsteps of a successful executive can be a significant challenge.  However, Brett McClung has adapted and is building on his predecessor’s legacy. As reported by The Resident Community News Group, McClung is “focused on how to make healthcare accessible.” In addition, he would like to see patients go between Baptist Health’s physician offices, hospitals, cancer and heart centers and children’s hospital seamlessly.

Baptist Health Expanding Its Focus on Children at Downtown Campus

In an effort to be sure people with mental health issues can get immediate help, Baptist Medical Center is expanding its mental health acute care clinic to include children. As reported by WJCT news, Baptist Health hopes to be able to open additional satellite clinics around Northeast Florida.

OhioHealth Plans Worthington Medical Center

A 60,000 square foot medical center is being planned for a 3.4 acre parcel in Worthington, Ohio. The Columbus construction company the Daimler Group applied to rezone the property on behalf of OhioHealth. The Columbus Dispatch reports that request will come before the city council on March 2.

Baptist Health Lexington Opens New Heart Care Facilities

With 33 exam rooms and close to 27,000 square feet, Baptist Health Lexington’s expanded facility will diagnose, treat and prevent heart disease. A key feature of the renovated facility is better overall accessibility, according the The Lane Report

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