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Where Advanced Care Meets Comfort
The unique environment of a long-term acute-care hospital means that our patients and visitors spend more time with us than at other hospitals, so we've designed our facility with comfort in mind. Our specially trained staff are experts in providing advanced care and are also friendly, compassionate and devoted to easing the stress of long-term recovery or illness.
Our 70,000-square-foot, one-story hospital features all private rooms, an operating room for minor inpatient procedures, a chapel, an inner courtyard and a dining area — all specially designed for an extended hospital stay. To see our facility in person, stop by or call us today. Tours are available Monday through Friday, from 8 am to 8 pm.
Long Term Acute Care at AdventHealth
Dr. Nirav Patel, a board-certified pulmonologist at AdventHealth Connerton, discusses the comprehensive acute care at the hospital, its weaning rates for patients on ventilators, and why referring pulmonologists should consider the hospital for care. AdventHealth Connerton is one of three long-term acute care hospitals in the country to be named a VapoTherm Center for Excellence.
Helping Patients Heal in Our Brain Injury Program
AdventHealth Connerton is the only long-term acute-care facility in Florida with Joint Commission Certification in brain injury rehabilitation. In our comprehensive program, our certified brain injury specialists deliver personalized medical, nursing and therapy care to help people regain their mobility and daily functioning.
Making a Difference With Our Community Partners
We’re passionate about staying connected to our communities and finding ways to make a meaningful impact. Because when we come together for a cause, we can do amazing things. Learn more about our special partnerships with organizations, nonprofits and more.
Local News and Events
Formerly known as Florida Hospital at Connerton
Hours Information:This location is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
As we monitor coronavirus (COVID-19) in our communities, we have made changes to our visitation policies to ensure the safety of our patients, visitors and team members. Read our new visitation policy.