IMAGE: Baptist Health Training Complex

The Baptist Health Training Complex will open in Summer 2021, highlighted by Miami Dolphins Training Camp presented by Baptist Health.

Address: 20000 NW 27th Ave, Miami Gardens, FL 33056

Design Architect: Rossetti

Interior Design: Rockwell Group

Construction: MOSS Construction

Tours: With the exception of the practice fields during Training Camp, the Baptist Health Training Complex is closed to the public at this time. Information on tours may become available at a later date.

Training Camp: For information on Miami Dolphins Training Camp presented by Baptist Health, click here.

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Fast Facts

The Baptist Health Training Complex is 217,200 square feet (125,000-square-foot training facility and 92,200-square-foot feet indoor field) and features the following:

  • Outdoor practice area with two full natural grass fields and full indoor practice facility
  • Two-story weight room with a cardio deck
  • Locker Rooms and a Players Lounge with multiple lounge areas and a barber shop
  • A state-of-the-art hydrotherapy area
  • Dedicated recovery area including cryotherapy and isolation tanks
  • Athletic training room with expansive rehabilitation space
  • A dining hall and fuel bar
  • Shaded spectator seating holding up to 2,200 people
  • Lush landscaping, including close to 16,000 flowers and shrubs, 210 palms and 128 total trees

The Baptist Health Training Complex is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and football systems. The audio-visual systems in the Auditorium, position classrooms, conference rooms, weight room, Field House, and outdoor fields were designed and built by industry leading integrator, Diversified, with support from 8K Solutions for coaching solutions. The facility also features Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband and an Extreme Networks Wi-Fi 6 deployment throughout.

The partnership with Baptist Health was an extension of a decades-long relationship with the Miami Dolphins, with the entity serving as the Official Medical Team of the Miami Dolphins as well as the Official Wellness and Sports Medicine Provider of the Miami Dolphins and the Training Complex. Baptist Health also is a proud partner of the Miami Dolphins Foundation working together on a series of initiatives around the health and safety of South Florida students, coaches, and parents to grow youth football participation in South Florida.

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Buildings don't win championships, but cultures and environments do to some degree and coaches and players certainly do. If we can support the coaching staff and players with a better environment to work in, more efficient environment to work in, more resources around them, it can only be a good thing. At the end of the day, players and coaches win championships, not buildings, but we certainly want to provide the best in class environment we can.

Tom Garfinkel

Miami Dolphins Vice Chairman, President, and CEO

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