Construction on a new medical facility in Ponte Vedra, Florida has finished, with its biophilic design proving to be beneficial to visitor’s health.
The Flagler Health+ Village spans 40,000 square feet on four acres in the center of a master-planned community. The $19 million project is home to a number of medical offices, including services like primary and family medicine, lab, diagnostic and imaging services, heart and vascular care, orthopedics and classes on wellness education.
The site of the health village was incorporated in the design, with a green moss wall helping to remove toxic VOCs from the air and assist with noise reduction.
Project development company Stellar handled the construction of Flagler Health+ Village.
“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,” Richard Lovelace, senior vice president of commercial development at the firm, explained. “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.”
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