Sunnyside Village Breaks Ground on New Medical Center

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SRQ DAILY MONDAY BUSINESS EDITION MONDAY MAY 28, 2018

Sunnyside Village has broken ground for the construction of Sunnyside’s new and expanded health, rehabilitation, and memory care center. The two-story, 44,326-square-foot structure will add private room accommodations for rehabilitation patients and long-term skilled nursing residents. The Sunnyside Therapy Center will also reside in the new building and will feature state-of-the-art equipment, including an indoor therapy pool. The new and expanded health and rehabilitation center will feature: 50 private and 10 semi-private rehabilitation and nursing rooms; 18 private assisted living memory care rooms; inpatient and outpatient therapy center open to the public; state-of-the-art physical and occupational therapy gym; indoor therapy pool; and more. The new building site is located on Sunnyside’s existing property next to its current health and rehabilitation center. The project is designed by SFCS Architects and overseen by General Contractor McIntyre, Elwell, and Strammer. The overall project cost is estimated around $20 million with the new addition expected to be complete in the fall of 2019. The renovation of the existing health center building and memory care portions are slated for completion in 2020.

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