Delray Beach Mayor Shelly Petrolia cutting the ribbon, celebrating the hospital expansion
September 23. 2022 – Delray Medical Center opened 24 new patient rooms, alongside a new operating room upgraded with the latest technology. Located on the 2nd floor of the surgical tower, the new additions include a dedicated surgical ortho, surgical stepdown and surgical inpatient units, designed to ensure a safe and comfortable experience for patients.
The expansion welcomes in enhanced robotic capabilities, including the DaVinci XI and Aquabeam system. The fourth generation DaVinci robot assists physicians performing minimally invasive procedures across a wide range of procedures, while maximizing efficiency. The Aquabeam provides Aquablation therapy, which delivers minimally invasive benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) surgery to treat lower urinary tract symptoms. It’s the first and only heat free, image guided treatment for BPH.
On top of all the enhancements surrounding patient care, there is a newly renovated family waiting area. The hospital continues to grow, allowing it to treat more patients using the advanced technology to provide for the best possible patient outcomes as it continues to invest in the future of healthcare.
About Delray Medical Center
Every day our 1,600 employees, 600 doctors and numerous community volunteers work hard to heal at Delray. We have been named one of the 50 Best Hospitals in America by Healthgrades for the last 10 years. Our highly trained healthcare professionals are here when you need us, no matter your medical or surgical needs.
For more than 30 years, our 536-bed acute care hospital has proudly served the communities of South Palm Beach County. As both a community hospital and a Level I Trauma Center, we have the ability to offer several specialized services including cardiac care, orthopedics, rehabilitation, neurosciences, emergency care and more.