In response to the growing healthcare needs of Osceola and Polk counties, Poinciana Medical Center
Expected to be complete by 2019, the 14,000 square-foot project will increase the capacity of the hospital's ER from 22 beds to 31. The project will also include the renovation of the hospital's lab, emergency department waiting room and entrance.
This will be the facility's third expansion since its opening in 2013.
"At Poinciana Medical Center, we are dedicated to finding new ways to meet the needs of our community," said CEO Chris Cosby. "The expansion of our emergency room will continue to drive down average ER wait times and allow us to continue providing our patients with the quality care they deserve. Additionally, this project will further enhance the functionality of our lab."