Orlando Health’s latest downtown construction wave expands services

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Orlando Health’s main campus near downtown has a wave of new construction projects in the works that will expand its medical services.


The nonprofit health system has two projects in the works: a new children’s medical office building and a new home for specialty institutes.

This follows last year’s debut of the $300 million, 375,000-square-foot Orlando Health Jewett Orthopedic Institute Downtown Complex, which includes a medical pavilion and a 75-bed hospital.

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