Pennsylvania-based healthcare network PAM Health, has partnered with Jupiter Medical Center in Palm Beach County, to soon open a 42-bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital in Jupiter, Florida, US, reported southfloridahospitalnews.com.
Spanning 50,000ft² over two floors, the new PAM Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Jupiter represents an investment of over $25m in the local community.
This will be PAM Health’s fourth hospital in Florida, joining the existing facilities in Sarasota, Jacksonville, and Tavares.
The hospital will provide specialised care for patients with various medical conditions, including stroke, brain injury, neurological diseases, amputations, and orthopaedic conditions.
The development of the hospital involves collaboration with Rendina Healthcare Real Estate and Astrea Development.
Construction of the hospital has created 160 jobs and, once operational, it is expected to support more than 125 permanent jobs.
PAM Health founder, chairman and CEO Anthony Misitano said: “PAM Health is excited to bring comprehensive care for rehabilitation patients with complex conditions to the Jupiter community.
“Throughout the communities we serve, we put the patient first and provide comprehensive, individualised treatment that fosters meaningful improvement and recovery for people with injuries, illnesses, and disabilities.”
Jupiter Medical Center president and CEO Amit Rastogi said: “As we continue to expand access to the high-quality health care that Jupiter Medical Center is known for, the partnership with PAM Health enables us to enhance post-acute care for our region.
“PAM Health’s patient-first approach aligns perfectly with our mission.”