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Take a photo tour of Cleveland Clinic Florida’s new $232 million addition in Weston

Take a photo tour of Cleveland Clinic Florida’s new $232 million addition in Weston

Cleveland Clinic Florida new $232 million, five-story expansion tower opened this month, providing the hospital with the capacity to serve 50 percent more patients at its Weston campus.

An expanded emergency services department on the new building’s first floor includes 42 emergency bays designed to accommodate more than 70,000 patients a year, a clinic news release states.

Included are 10 bays for patients with lower-severity emergencies, three triage bays, two resuscitation bays, and an emerging pathogen unit with a separate decontamination entryway.


Observation bays are designed with elevated windows to “facilitate comfort and a healing environment,” as well as opaque glass doors in place of privacy curtains for enhanced infection control and patient privacy.

The tower features a 24-bed surgical intensive care unit on the second floor and 26 medical/surgical and telemetry beds for oncology and acute-care patients on the third floor. The fourth floor is scheduled to open before the end of the year with 24 medical ICU beds, while the fifth floor will be placed into service as demand grows, the release said.

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“As a premier academic medical center known for providing complex care for the sickest of patients, it was vital for both the local community and the region that we expand,” Dr. Wael Barsoum, the hospital’s president and CEO, was quoted in the release as saying. “I’m proud of the incredible commitment of our caregivers to achieve clinical excellence through patient-centered care and thrilled that we are able to offer this innovative facility to our patients.”


Emergency services department workstation

Emergency services department — central view

Emergency services department — observation bay

Third floor patient room

Third-floor visitor waiting area

Surgical unit workstations

Emergency services department waiting area

First patient admitted to expansion tower

Expansion tower — exterior view



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