AdventHealth has filed plans with Osceola County to build a new medical campus in Poinciana across from Liberty High School.
The healthcare company applied for rezoning for four parcels on Pleasant Hill Road currently occupied by the Johnston Springs RV Park and Campground. The assemblage spans nearly 57 acres, but the proposed Planned Development would only cover 8.6 acres, according to the application.
The campus would be developed in two phases and would mirror the development program established by the company’s other HealthPark projects, like the ones in Clermont and at U.S. 192 at Partin Settlement Road.
The proposal calls for a 17,585-square-foot Free Standing Emergency Department in the phase 1, followed by a 4-story, 48,000-square-foot medical/dental office building in phase 2. The application The PD would also allow an outpatient surgery center, a helipad, rehabilitation center and complementary commercial uses, such as daycare, pharmacy or eyeglass provider.
The application also notes that there would be a 10-foot-wide vegetative buffer between any medical use and existing RV sites.