West Boca Medical Center plans $9.9M OR expansion, upgrades for orthopedics and spine: 4 things to know

Written by Eric Oliver | September 26, 2016 | Print  |

Florida-based West Boca Medical Center is in the midst of planning a $9.9 million project to upgrade its operating rooms, Boca Newspaper reports.

Here's what you should know.

 

1. The center is going to add a sixth OR while renovating three of the existing ORs.

 

The new OR will allow the center to take on additional cases while providing physicians flexibility.

 

2. The upgrades are being made for the center to better accommodate orthopedics, spine and robotic surgery cases

 

3. The upgrades will begin sometime next year and take 18 months.

 

4. The center is going to remodel the postanesthesia care unit and add eight beds.

 

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