Mount Sinai Medical Center recently celebrated a major milestone in the construction of its new Freestanding Emergency Department and Medical Offices in Hialeah. Construction crews raised the final beam, along with a ceremonial palm tree and flamingo statue to the highest point of the building as part of the “Topping Out” ceremony on Tuesday, Jan. 16. Representatives from Mount Sinai Medical Center and local officials from the cities of Hialeah and Miami Lakes attended the special ceremony.
Scheduled to open in the fall of 2018, the 63,000 square foot building will house an emergency department with 24 treatment bays, and offer physician and clinical office spaces on the second and third floors. Located at 6050 W 20th Ave. in Hialeah, the new facility will bring convenient, high-quality care to residents and visitors in one of the fastest growing communities in Florida.
About Mount Sinai Medical Center: Founded in 1949, Mount Sinai Medical Center is the largest independent, private, not- for-profit teaching hospital in South Florida. Mount Sinai’s Centers of Excellence combine technology, research and academics to provide innovative and comprehensive care in cardiology, neuroscience, oncology, urology and orthopedics. One of the original statutory teaching hospitals in the state of Florida, Mount Sinai currently offers nine convenient locations in Miami-Dade County and two cardiology offices in Monroe County.
For information on Mount Sinai Medical Center, visit www.msmc.com or call 305-674-CARE (2273).