The five-story tower will initially include 80 patient rooms and space for expanded services.
AdventHealth Celebration’s new patient tower is open, allowing the hospital to keep pace with increasing demand for health care in fast-growing Osceola County.
The five-story, Mediterranean-themed tower adds 80 all-private patient rooms to the hospital, with space for a total of 120 rooms at buildout once the additional capacity is needed. The tower will also allow further expansion of cardiac services and interventional neurological services. The expansion of these services will make AdventHealth Celebration a comprehensive stroke center in 2021 — the first in the area.
“AdventHealth Celebration was founded more than 20 years ago with the goal of creating a world-class hospital with a unique healing environment,” said Doug Harcombe, CEO of AdventHealth Celebration. “The addition of this patient tower will help us serve the growing health-care needs of the community and provide sophisticated cardiac and neurological care close to home.”
With the new tower, AdventHealth Celebration Health will eventually have about 350 patient beds.
Physicians perform more than 17,000 procedures and surgeries at AdventHealth Celebration each year, the hospital logs more than 73,000 Emergency Department visits and nearly 17,000 inpatient admissions annually.
The new patient tower is made possible by the generous support of community donors, including the AdventHealth Foundation of Central Florida.