AdventHealth Daytona Beach celebrates milestone moments for medical office building, surgery center
The $45.7 million building at the AdventHealth Daytona Beach campus is expected to open in the spring of 2024.
ByAdventHealth Central Florida Division Corporate Communications
| 3:00 p.m. November 29, 2023
Ormond Beach Observer
AdventHealth Daytona Beach recently celebrated significant milestones in the construction of its medical office building and ambulatory surgery center.
Those milestones included installing the final beam of construction, signed by team members, and hosting a tour of the building as it takes shape.
"We are excited about this collaboration with two of the leading independent physician groups in our area and know this will become a destination center for cardiovascular and surgical care,” said David Weis, president and CEO of AdventHealth Daytona Beach.
Spanning three floors, the 60,000-square-foot facility is located on the AdventHealth Daytona Beach campus at 301 Memorial Medical Parkway and will be home to a comprehensive array of medical specialties, including cardiac care, general surgery, orthopedics, women’s care, imaging, ENT, plastic surgery and more.
Called the AdventHealth Surgery Center Daytona Beach, the architectural blueprint will mirror the multidisciplinary nature of health care delivery at this facility:
The ground floor houses advanced cardiac rehabilitation, imaging services, and a surgical clinic dedicated to North Florida Surgeons.
The second floor includes a 20,000-square-foot cardiology clinic catering to the needs of Cardiology Physicians Group.
The third floor encompasses a 20,000-square-foot ambulatory surgery center tailored to serve both medical groups and an array of independent and AdventHealth Medical Group physicians.
“These recent milestones are not just about the building; it is a commitment to advancing health care in our community,” said Dr. Dinesh Arab of Cardiology Physicians Group, who serves as director of interventional cardiology at AdventHealth Daytona Beach. “We are shaping the future of cardiology in Daytona Beach.”
The $45.7-million building is a joint venture between AdventHealth and health care real estate services firm Meadows & Ohly. The architect on the project is HuntonBrady, and the general contractor is Brasfield & Gorrie. Construction began in February 2023, and the building is expected to open in the spring of 2024.
“Outpatient surgery centers are not only convenient, offering an excellent patient experience, but they also provide lower-cost options for the community to access high-quality care,” said Dr. Mark White of North Florida Surgeons. “Patients who don’t require acute care will be able to have their procedures done quickly and conveniently at this new facility while still benefitting from the high-quality care AdventHealth Daytona Beach has been nationally recognized for.”