- The University of Miami commenced construction on a new 363,000-square-foot medical center aimed at serving the residential populations of North Miami-Dade and South Broward counties
- Upon completion, the facility will offer care from specialists ranging from cancer treatment to opthalmology
- The complex will further serve as a training area for the university’s medical students
- The construction is part of the development of SoLé Mia, a 184-acre, $4 billion mixed-use development space in North Miami
Ground broke this week in the construction of the University of Miami’s (UM) newest ambulatory healthcare facility. The medical center will encompass 363,000 square feet and provide residential health services to North Miami-Dade and South Broward counties.
The health complex will exist as part of SoLé Mia, a 184-acre, $4 billion mixed-use development space in North Miami. Specialists from the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, Desai Sethi Urology Institute, and physicians from UM’s neurology and neurosurgery programs will be operational within the center upon completion.
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