UCF Selects Hospital Corporation of America as Partner to Build Teaching Hospital

UCF Selects Hospital Corporation of America as Partner to Build Teaching Hospital

UCF Selects Hospital Corporation of America as Partner to Build Teaching Hospital

The University of Central Florida today selected Hospital Corporation of America, the nation’s largest hospital company, as its partner to build a proposed teaching hospital next door to the College of Medicine in Lake Nona.

UCF’s Board of Trustees approved the partnership between HCA’s North Florida Division and UCF Academic Health, a direct support organization to the university. All three of Central Florida’s hospital organizations submitted proposals to help build an 80- to 100-bed teaching hospital on 25 acres of UCF-owned land.

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