Jacksonville-based gastroenterology provider Borland Groover announced May 19 it has broken ground on a surgery center in St. Johns County.
The building is at 150 Longleaf Pine Parkway at Durbin Crossing.
The two-story, 35,000-square-foot facility is scheduled to open in summer 2024, the company said in a news release.
It will be the fifth Borland Groover surgery center in Northeast Florida and the second in St. Johns County.
The first floor will have seven rooms for outpatient surgery and minimally invasive procedures, such as colonoscopies. The second floor will have 32 medical exam rooms.
“This new facility represents our ongoing commitment to bringing accessible, patient-centric healthcare services to the community. By expanding our reach, we aim to enhance the quality of care and improve the lives of our patients in St. Johns County and beyond,” said Dr. Kyle Etzkorn, CEO of Borland Groover, in the release.
The surgery centers are owned and operated by Borland Groover gastrointestinal specialists and United Surgical Partners International.
The new medical facility is expected to employ 75.