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Jax Daily Record Friday, Jul. 31, 202005:10 AM EST

Health care projects advancing in Duval, St. Johns

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Flagler Hospital, Brooks Rehabilitation taking steps
by: Katie Garwood Staff Writer

Two medical projects are moving forward in northern St. Johns County and southern Duval County. 

Flagler Hospital applied to the St. Johns River Water Management District for a permit to clear and grade the 47.28-acre site where its Flagler Health+ Village will be built in Durbin Park in northern St. Johns County.

The project description said it also is seeking to construct a  surface water management system to serve a 29.26-acre roadway project.

The village, which will include a hospital, will be located along what will eventually become Flagler Health Way off of Peyton Parkway. 

The St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners approved the proposed 375,000-square-foot Flagler Health+ campus in May. The first phase will include family practice, women’s care, urgent care, pediatrics, imaging and laboratory services.

The second and third phases will bring a 150-bed hospital, outpatient surgery and cancer care.

The city of Jacksonville issued its conditional capacity availability statement July 20 to Brooks Rehabilitation for the construction of a proposed rehab hospital in Bartram Park in southern Duval County.

The hospital will provide rehabilitation services similar to the 160-bed facility Brooks operates on University Boulevard in Jacksonville. 

The $43 million project will house 60 beds.

It will be part of the existing 115-acre campus on Brooks Bartram Drive off of Bartram Park Drive. 

Construction is expected to begin by the end of the year. 
 

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