$50 Million O.R. & Bed Tower Expansion Underway
We're Making Hernando County History...
It may look like we’re losing a parking lot, but we’re gaining much more. Oak Hill Hospital’s $50 million expansion is adding 70,000 new square feet on the hospital’s north side. Renovations to another 30,000 square feet make this the largest project of its kind in Hernando County history.
To be completed in late 2013, the expansion will provide eight new operating rooms and a two-story in-patient bed tower with 36 private rooms. The Post-Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU) will be expanded to 18 beds. In addition, the power plant will be enlarged to meet the needs of the growing hospital complex and to improve overall energy efficiency. The project also includes renovations to the Central Sterile Department, Endoscopy and Bronchoscopy Suites.
And about that parking lot...we're getting a new one for patients, guests and families that will increase our capacity to help in meeting our growing needs.
Please excuse the construction as we grow to become the largest hospital facility in Hernando and Citrus counties. The current map will give you the latest parking and entrance changes for the hospital.