The Century Project is an expansion project at Enloe Medical Center that began in 2007. It encompasses a new patient tower, called the Magnolia Tower, a new and expanded Emergency Department, a parking structure and a park. All major building is now complete; and we will begin work on the park west of the hospital later in 2015. Find out more about the features, amenities and medical advancements within our new facilities under the FAQs page.

2015: Emergency Department Expansion Complete

The second and final phase of Enloe Medical Center's Emergency Department expansion was completed in Tuesday, June 9, 2015 at 7 a.m. This followed the addition of a new one-story Emergency Department building on Monday, Aug. 25, 2014, making for a grand total of 25,000 square feet of space for emergency care. This milestone represents the completion of the major building construction for the Enloe Century Project that began in 2006.

2012: New Magnolia Patient Tower opens its doors

Enloe Medical Center proudly opened the doors and began providing care in the new Magnolia Tower on Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012 at 5:30 a.m. The 191,000 square-foot addition doubles the size of the medical center. It has five stories providing patient care as well as a basement with equipment, and it includes a new Surgery Center. This is the first expansion of the medical center since 1980. Learn more and see photos.

2008: The Enloe Parking Structure opeNs

The four-level, three-story parking structure opened in August 2008. It was the first phase of the Enloe Century Project and provides 742 parking spaces, much needed space for everyone coming to the medical center.

See a slide show of construction progress.



Take a virtual tour of the nettleton Mother & baby care center.