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New State of the Art Osteopathic Hospital opens in Orlando

Dave Loop

Mar 10, 2023

New Osteopathic Hospital Opens in Orlando

We were happy to have our "LED Rockstar" mobile led display Jumbotron screen at the grand opening of this fantastic event!

WINTER GARDEN, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, March 10, 2024 The Orlando College of Osteopathic Medicine (OCOM) made history Sunday, March 10th, as officials cut the ribbon on Central Florida’s newest medical school.

“OCOM is Florida’s newest medical school and Central Florida’s first osteopathic medical school,” said Robert T Hasty, DO, FACOI, FACP, Dean & Chief Academic Officer of OCOM. “We have developed a remarkable medical school that will train caring and expert physicians for generations to come. OCOM will have an impact on the Central Florida community, our nation, and our global community. This is truly a red-letter day for Central Florida and for medical education.”

Located in Winter Garden, FL, in the neighborhood of Horizon West, the three-story, 144,000-square-foot facility cost $75 million and took the contractor just 18 months to build. BakerBarrios, a Nashville, Tennessee-based architecture firm, did the design.

The Orlando College of Osteopathic Medicine will have an incredible impact on the Central Florida Medical Community for generations to come. I am extremely proud and humbled by all the hard work our faculty and staff has put forth in making this a phenomenal state of the art facility, said Daniel Newhaller DO, FACOI, President of OCOM.

OCOM has modernist-style architecture and is a single 3-story building encompassing 144,000 square feet. The building has an Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Lab, Virtual Anatomy Lab, Research Lab, Simulation Lab, Library, and multiple large classrooms. Students will have access to multiple private and small-group study spaces. There are a multitude of study spaces as well as health and wellness spaces. This building provides all of the comforts a student doctor would need to be balanced and well-rounded in a medical school setting.

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