Orlando hospital to open tower
Orlando, FL-based Dr. P. Phillips Hospital is ready to open a $170 million tower that adds two floors of private patient rooms and expands capacity for high-demand services. The five-story structure provides 315,000 square feet of new space needed to keep up with south Orange County's growing population, said Mark Schaefer, the hospital's chief operating officer. With the addition, the hospital's number of licensed beds grows from 143 to 237. Dr. P. Phillips Hospital is owned by Orlando Health.
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