UHS Proudly Names and Breaks Ground on the
Alan B. Miller Medical Center
The new, full-service, state-of-the-art hospital is expected to open in 2025 and will join UHS’ growing healthcare operations in the state of Florida, including Wellington Regional Medical Center and the ER at Westlake on the East Coast; and Lakewood Ranch Medical Center with ER at Fruitville and Manatee Memorial Hospital with Manatee Diagnostic Centers, ER at Sun City Center and the ER at Bayshore Gardens on the Gulf Coast.
The Alan B. Miller Medical Center will feature 150 private patient rooms, a medical office building and a helistop. Upon completion of the initial phase of the project, the hospital campus will include 365,000 square feet of hospital and medical office space. The Alan B. Miller Medical Center will offer comprehensive medical services including Emergency Care, Orthopedics and Surgical Services, Labor and Delivery, Neonatal Intensive Care, Oncology, Cardiovascular and Neurosurgical services. In addition, the campus will be home to medical office buildings that will provide outpatient services.
“Our purpose at UHS is to take care of patients and do so with excellence, integrity and by employing committed, talented individuals.”
Alan B. Miller
UHS Founder and Executive Chairman
“Our purpose at UHS is to take care of patients and do so with excellence, integrity and by employing committed, talented individuals,” said UHS Founder and Executive Chairman Alan B. Miller. “We will carry out our duties with superior quality and by making decisions with patient care in mind at all times.”
“While the healthcare industry is highly dynamic, one thing that remains steady is our commitment to focusing on the patients we are privileged to serve,” said Marc D. Miller, President and CEO, UHS. “From a care perspective, we are an organization of compassionate providers that has earned a reputation over the last 40+ years as a leader in healthcare who is trusted and respected. We look forward to investing in and serving this thriving community.”