UF Health North Expansion
UF Health North is expanding its campus with a second inpatient hospital tower.
UF Health North is expanding its campus with a second inpatient hospital tower. Construction is underway and completion is planned for early 2024. UF Health leaders and executives joined local government and civic officials in late March to break ground on the facility.
The new tower will include six floors and 124 patient rooms. Two floors will be dedicated to patients who require acute physical therapy. Two patient floors will be used for acute care, and one floor will be used primarily for ancillary services.
Dr. Leon L. Haley Jr. knew expansion in this area was critical in order to meet the growing needs of residents in Northeast Florida. This is the third phase of the UF Health North campus, and Dr. Haley initiated plans so UF Health experts could provide high-quality care to even more patients.
The renderings below show exterior and interior views of the new hospital tower.