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AdventHealth opens Lake Mary Health Park

ORLANDO, Fla., AdventHealth opened the doors of its Lake Mary Health Park today, offering a new option for specialty care to Lake Mary and Seminole County residents. The state-of-the-art facility will provide a wide range of services, all in a single convenient location.

“AdventHealth is a comprehensive and connected health care network dedicated to caring for our communities, which is why we are thrilled to expand and better serve Lake Mary and Seminole County residents,” said Jeff Villanueva, CEO for AdventHealth Altamonte Springs. “This innovative facility further establishes our commitment to provide convenient whole-person care close to home.”

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The three-story, 58,000-square-foot health park offers a range of specialty practices, including, gastroenterology, electrophysiology, lab services, diagnostic medical imaging, sports medicine and rehab, urology/UroGYN, breast surgery, general surgery and outpatient surgery. The outpatient surgery center is slated to open late 2024 and will be located on the third floor, where patients will have access to screenings, biopsies and surgical intervention.

“We’re excited about the opening of the AdventHealth Lake Mary Health Park providing convenient specialty care and meeting the needs of this developing community,” said Joel George, executive director of retail services at AdventHealth. “With an emphasis on providing concierge-level service and a consumer-centric experience, our new health park is built for the modern world, making access to health care easy and friendly.”

The health park is located right next to the AdventHealth Lake Mary ER on Rinehart Road. Patients will be able to go online to schedule appointments, complete registration and talk to their providers before they walk through the doors of the new facility. Upon arrival, an engagement specialist will greet patients by name and offer a personalized experience that is tailored to their needs.

AdventHealth opened its first health park, in Osceola County, in August 2020. Other health parks have since opened in Clermont and Port Orange.

The architect for the project is HuntonBrady Architects, and the general contractor is Austin Commercial.