Dolphins-Baptist sports clinic to come up at Miami Gardens



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The making of Baptist Health Training Complex Image: Miami Dolphins

A state-of-the-art training complex and sports performance clinic will come up at Miami Gardens, Fla. The Miami Dolphins has announced the extension of a multiyear partnership with Baptist Health to construct the same.

The $135 million training complex named Baptist Health Training Complex will open in Spring 2021. The Miami Dolphins enjoys decades-long relationship with Baptist Health and the multiyear partnership is an extension of the same.

Baptist Health is the Official Sports Medicine Provider-cum-Official Wellness Provider of the professional American football team.

Baptist Health is also in partnership with Miami Dolphins Foundation and is initiating a series of measures to ensure that South Florida students, coaches and parents stay robust and safe. Their objective is to see a rise in youth football participation in South Florida.

“We’re excited to bring the home of the Miami Dolphins players and coaches to Miami Gardens and back to Miami-Dade County,” Miami Dolphins Chief Executive Officer Tom Garfinkel said. “The Baptist Health Training Complex will be a state-of-the-art football facility with Baptist Health providing a world-class sports performance clinic available to the public so people can have access to the same care the players get.”

The 217,200 square feet complex (125,000 sq. feet training facility and 92,200 sq feet indoor field) is more than 50,000 square feet larger than the team’s current facility.

The Baptist Health Training Complex will accommodate an innovation hub for new technology, spatial computing and a walkthrough space, a state-of-the-art hydrotherapy area, fuel bar, dedicated recovery area including cryotherapy and isolation tanks, an athletic training room with expansive rehabilitation space, meeting rooms with direct access to the fields, fan amenities and a broadcast area.

“We are so proud to continue our long-standing partnership with the Miami Dolphins and look forward to the completion of the Baptist Health Training Complex,” said Nelson Lazo, Chief Executive Officer, Doctors Hospital and Miami Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Institute, part of Baptist Health.

He further remarked, “Coming together to create a powerful health and wellness facility will greatly benefit fans and our entire community.”

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