Facility Expansion & Renovation

Each year, St. Anthony’s cares for an estimated 100,000 emergency center admissions more than 50,000 inpatient admissions. Funding of capital projects ensures St. Anthony’s has the resources and facilities to treat all those that turn to us in their moment of need. 

Since opening in 1931, St. Anthony’s Hospital has been committed to improving the health of the community. The hospital will continue its commitment by responding to the growth of south Pinellas County with a major expansion and renovation plan. Our goal is to improve patient-centered care and the family experience as well as increase the number of private patient rooms. These enhancements are designed to create continuous platforms of care that support clinical excellence.

St. Anthony’s is currently in the process of building a 90-bed patient tower, featuring all private rooms. The tower will house Oncology, Neurology, Medical Surgery, a brand-new HemoDialysis Center, Nuclear Medicine and a non-invasive Cardiology Suite. 

New Patient Tower

St. Anthony's Hospital has the latest technological advances for ear, nose and throat surgery, colorectal surgery, and weight loss surgery. Moving forward, donations benefiting St. Anthony’s surgical services will specifically aid in expanding our cardiology and vascular capabilities. Even with expansion plans, St. Anthony's is committed to never losing the personal, compassionate touch in our surgical division. 

cardiac catheterization

For better access for visitors, an all-new cafeteria and kitchen will be relocated from the ground floor to the main floor during renovation process.

new cafeteria

We are creating a new, 90 seat classroom that will be divisible into two separate rooms equipped with a simulation lab.

simulation lab for clinical education

We intend to expand our inpatient dialysis center and relocate it to the new patient tower.

hemodialysis center

With the expansion project we also plan to relocate some of our key departments and services including the pharmacy and laboratory.

new pharmacy

Progress Update

The Seventh Avenue Main Lobby Entrance will be closed to begin construction. The Seventh Avenue Garage will remain open and accessible from Fifth Avenue N. For patient and visitor convenience, valet parking is available at the Seventh Avenue Garage, the Jackson Street Garage, the Professional Office Building, and the Emergency Center. Construction is expected to be completed by 2022.