- AdventHealth and the Orlando Magic jointly unveiled a new $70 million facility in Orlando that will serve as both a sports medicine hub and the practice arena for the Magic
- In-network patients of AdventHealth will have access to sports-trained gastroenterologists, cardiologists, sleep, psychology, and nutrition experts.
- The two organizations are bringing top physicians, sports performance experts, and researchers together to bring patients a holistic focus that includes a series of comprehensive care options
AdventHealth and the NBA’s Orlando Magic together unveiled a new $70 million health center in Orlando. The new facility will act as a sports medicine hub for AdventHealth while also serving as the Magic’s new practice facility.
The AdventHealth portion of the new hub spans 33,300 square feet and includes orthopedics, primary care, sports medicine, imaging, rehabilitation, and sports performance. In-network patients will also have access to AdventHealth’s collection of sports-trained gastroenterologists, cardiologists, sleep, psychology, and nutrition experts.
“AdventHealth and the Orlando Magic have a shared a longtime commitment to inspiring and helping our neighbors be the healthiest they can be. Through our partnership, we’ve cared for Central Florida in a variety of ways, and I’m excited for this new opportunity to expand our philosophy of whole-person care to whole-athlete care,” said Randy Haffner, President and CEO of AdventHealth’s Central Florida Division. “The AdventHealth Training Center is a resource for all, and I’m excited for this next chapter in our partnership.”
The Magic’s area is designed to optimize performance and provide a recovery space for players. Leading training and recovery technologies, including an altitude chamber and hydrotherapy offerings, make the training center among the most technologically advanced in the country. The facility also includes two full-size courts overlooked by an elevated viewing balcony.
“We share in the excitement of this facility and our desire that it becomes a true ‘win-win’ for Central Florida and the Magic,” said Orlando Magic Chairman Dan DeVos. “We believe when this community succeeds, we all succeed. With health and wellness being a priority to a successful life, we look forward to seeing this center contribute to achieving that for both our community and our team.”
— Orlando Magic (@OrlandoMagic) August 31, 2022
AdventHealth physicians and clinical leaders are working with the Orlando Magic to create a unique medical and wellness model for players that brings all elements of health together to optimize performance, reduce injuries and extend career longevity on the court.
The organizations are bringing top physicians, sports performance experts, and researchers together to bring patients a holistic focus that includes areas such as digestive health, nutrition, mental health, and sleep, in addition to more traditional areas like orthopedics and primary care.