University Of Florida Aligns With Jupiter Medical Center To Develop New Facilities
UF Health, the academic health care arm of the University of Florida, signed a letter of intent to develop new facilities with Jupiter Medical Center.
The nonprofit hospital will work with UF to expand health care delivery, research and educational services in Palm Beach and Martin counties. They are discussing the development of jointly owned and operated clinical facilities, although no specific locations have been announced. UF Health staff could also establish academic and research programs through JMC.
JMC is one of the few stand-alone nonprofit hospitals in South Florida. In April, it broke ground on a 90,000-square-foot surgical institute. According to a report to its bondholders, JMC earned $16.7 million on $366.4 million in revenue for the fiscal year ended Sept. 30, 2021.