Tampa General Hospital Surgical, Neuroscience & Transplant Pavilion Update 02/21/24

Construction Permit Application Filed for Tampa General Hospital State-of-the-Art Pavilion

 

 

A construction permit application has been filed with the City of Tampa for the new pavilion that will be home to Tampa General’s surgical, neuroscience and transplant services. The 13-story, 565,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art medical building will provide 144 patient beds, 32 operating suites and increased intensive care unit (ICU) capacity. In addition, there will be space for education and training, emergency response and sterile processing, along with two floors reserved for future growth. The TGH Surgical, Neuroscience & Transplant Pavilion will be located adjacent to the hospital’s main building on Davis Islands. Public access around the building will be preserved, so that residents and visitors can walk the perimeter of the Tampa General campus on the island and enjoy the beauty of the new structure and space. Construction on the new TGH Surgical, Neuroscience & Transplant Pavilion will begin in 2024 and is expected to be completed within three years.

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