Florida Construction News staff writer
Surgical Healing Arts Center, Metro Alliance Surgery Center and Stevens Construction celebrated the beginning of construction of a two-story, 20,764-sq. ft. medical office building and ambulatory surgery center in Fort Myers with a groundbreaking Feb. 23.
The project is slated for completion in early 2024.
The first floor will house Surgical Healing Arts Center with a wound-care center with hyperbaric oxygen therapy chamber, which promotes faster healing and offers additional recovery benefits to patients. The space will include patient exam rooms, offices, conference rooms and scheduling.
“This is an exciting endeavor for our team as we work to expand our service offerings and provide added conveniences and cost savings to our patients,” said Moses K. Shieh, founder of Surgical Healing Arts Center. “The ability to access all of our services under one roof, in addition to new wound-healing technologies, will play an impactful role for our patients on their journeys to happier, healthier lives.”
The second floor will house Metro Alliance Surgery Center, including three operating rooms, a special procedure room, endoscopic procedures, sterilization, pre- and post-operation recovery, two overnight beds for 23-hour observation, nurse stations, locker rooms, lounge and storage.
The Stevens Construction team includes project executive Dan Adams, project manager Jay Wolfe, superintendent Drew Norris and project administrator Angie Sugg. The design team includes Gordon & Associates Architect, LLC and Quattrone & Associates, Inc.
Surgical Healing Arts Center specializes in medical and surgical weight loss, robotic hernia repair, revisionist bariatric surgery, adolescent bariatric surgery, body-contouring surgery after weight loss, advanced laparoscopic, anti-reflux surgery and general surgery.