The facility offers medical services that include primary care, imaging, orthopedics and more.
Construction is complete on the Flagler Health+ Village in Nocatee, which offers an array of medical services under one roof.
Stellar constructed the 40,000-square-foot, $19 million facility in the Nocatee Town Center, which partially opened in December.
Jacksonville-based Stellar broke ground on the project in September 2019, the news release said.
It is on 4 acres at 351 Town Plaza Ave., behind the Publix Super Markets store.
“We’re honored to be a part of translating this innovative health and wellness concept into a reality for First Coast residents,” Richard Lovelace, Stellar senior vice president, commercial, said in the news release.
“We’ve partnered with Flagler Health+ to build the health village in the Murabella community, which is now open, as well as the forthcoming health village at Durbin Park,” he said.
“While all of these locations offer the consistent quality of care patients expect from Flagler Health+, each boasts a unique ‘personality’ with world-class features and functions.”
It offers primary care, family medicine, concierge medicine, laboratory services, imaging, cardiovascular care, orthopedics, health coaching and wellness and education classes. There is also a Kookaburra Coffee shop on-site.
RS&H was the project architect.
The villages are “designed to advance the physical, social and economic health of the communities we serve,” Flagler Health+ CEO Jason Barrett said when the Nocatee project was announced in November 2018.
Flagler Health+ has another village concept in Murabella near World Golf Village. Another is under construction in Durbin Park, where it also plans a hospital.
Baptist Health opened a similar concept, Baptist HealthPlace Nocatee, in November. It is at 400 Colonnade Drive, about a mile from the Flagler Health+ site.
It offers wellness coaching, health screenings, pediatric and adult rehabilitation, primary care, pediatrics, cardiology, gastroenterology, imaging and women’s health.