Scroll Mouse over tower floors to see details of a specific level.
Designed to enhance patient, physician and staff satisfaction, improve safety and meet the community’s changing health needs, Sarasota Memorial's Courtyard Tower will replace some of the oldest areas of the hospital. The ground floor of the building is now open and patient care areas on the upper floors will open in phases in the fall of 2013.
Departments slated to move into the new Courtyard Tower include Labor & Delivery, the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Mother-Baby Unit, Cardiac Units, Orthopedics and customer support areas – Mouse over each floor in the picture above to see what will be on each level. A number of other departments will be relocated to newly renovated areas in other parts of the campus.
The campus improvement project also includes a completely re-designed entryway to help patients get to the care they need, quickly and efficiently. Medical services in the new patient care tower will connect to their counterparts in the existing hospital, making it easier for people to find their way throughout the institution. Perhaps most importantly from patients’ point of view, 70 percent of the new tower’s rooms will be private and will feature the most advanced, patient-friendly, patient-safe design amenities. The new building also has the latest hurricane proofing available to help ensure continuing patient care in the event of a severe storm.