Topping Off Celebration for Lakeland Regional Health’s New Ambulatory Site at 1-4 & Kathleen Rd is tomorrow, November 30, 2022.

Lakeland, FL – Tomorrow at 1:00 PM, Lakeland Regional Health will hold a topping off celebration as construction continues for its new primary and specialty care site at the corner of 1-4 and Kathleen Road. Located on about 20 acres, the building will provide space for outpatient care and comprehensive healthcare services to the northern area of Polk County. Construction is continuing on schedule with plans to complete in late 2023.

WHAT: Topping off celebration for Lakeland Regional Health’s new ambulatory site.

WHEN: Tomorrow, Wednesday, November 30th at 1:00 PM. Flats and closed-toed shoes are encouraged.

WHERE: Corner of Kathleen Road and I-4 (parking behind the 7-Eleven convenience store).


  • Outdoor setting, attendees sign the final beam upon arrival, crane places the signed final beam onto the structure
  • LRH President and CEO Danielle Drummond will give remarks
  • Senator Burton, Senator Stargel, and Mayor Mutz scheduled to speak
  • Other hospital officials, representatives, and members from the community in attendance

CONTACT: On day of event – Kendra Kramer, 863.289.3607 (cell)

About Lakeland Regional Health 

Not-for-profit Lakeland Regional Health reaches beyond its hospital walls to promote wellness, education and discovery in new places and new ways, providing a wide range of inpatient and outpatient healthcare services at its Medical Center, Hollis Cancer Center and ambulatory care locations. Lakeland Regional Health earned Most Wired Advanced and Most Wired status eight times since 2013 and has earned workplace awards from Forbes, Gallup and Becker’s Hospital Review. Its 864-bed comprehensive tertiary referral hospital, Lakeland Regional Health Medical Center, operates the Jack and Tina Harrell Family Institute for Advanced Cardiovascular Medicine; a Level II Trauma Center; the Carol Jenkins Barnett Pavilion for Women and Children, which includes a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit; and the Bannasch Institute for Advanced Rehabilitation Medicine.

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