POINCIANA, Fla. - The 24-hour Poinciana Medical Center will be opening in the summer of 2013, according to a release.
The $65 million, 110,000-square-foot facility was initially approved in 2007 and was designed to expand in the future as needed.
Once operational, the hospital will employ 200 full-time staff and attract new physicians, the release stated.
The hospital will offer 24-hour care and a variety of services.
Joanna Conley was named the chief operating officer for the hospital. She initially joined the Osceola Regional Medical Center, a sister hospital in Kissimmee, in 2009 as associate COO and ethics and compliance officer.