Cleveland Clinic announces $302M expansion in Florida

Cleveland Clinic has unveiled a $302 million expansion plan for Cleveland Clinic Florida that includes capital improvements to its Weston campus and a new clinic and ambulatory surgery center in Coral Springs.

The expansion project in Weston will include the addition of three operating suites and additional inpatient hospital beds, as well as the expansion of the emergency department and imaging and laboratory facilities. General renovations and additional parking are also part of the expansion plan and will take place over the next three years.

Expansion plans in Coral Springs include the construction of a new 65,000 square-foot facility that will house a clinic with up to 40 exam rooms, as well as an ASC with several operating suites. The new facility will also have procedure rooms and will serve as a family health center for Coral Springs' neighboring communities.

With the construction of the Coral Springs facility, Cleveland Clinic Florida will have seven locations across Broward and Palm Beach counties in addition to its main campus in Weston.

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