UF Health Wildlight are two planned UF Health facilities at the core of the health-minded Wildlight community, part of a partnership with developer Raydient Places + Properties.
The University of Florida and UF Health were selected to provide medical and wellness services to the Wildlight community in Nassau County, which is slated to grow to 24,000 housing units on 25,000 square acres.
UF Health Wildlight – Ambulatory Facility
The 40,000-square-foot ambulatory facility includes:
- Family medicine
- Imaging (radiology)
- Mental health services (psychiatry)
- Obstetrics and gynecology
- Urgent care
UF Health Wildlight – Rehabilitation
The second facility with Wildlight will be a 35,000-square-foot building, with 25,000 square feet used in partnership with the YMCA. Over time, other medical specialties may be added, such as sports medicine and orthopaedics, depending on the community’s needs and interests.
About the Wildlight Community
Wildlight is envisioned as a new town inspired by a character, culture and pattern of living called “Florida Lowcountry,” where play is a part of every day and the natural world is a natural part of life. The plan for Wildlight includes a mix of homes, townhomes and rental apartments together with shops and restaurants, parks, gardens and playgrounds, a new elementary school, and a system of trails and pathways intended to make it healthy and walkable and connect it all together. Wildlight’s Phase 1 plan is flexible and currently designed for about 1,000 homes across about 260 acres plus nearly 350 acres of permanently preserved open space.
Wildlight will offer comfortable and friendly Florida Lowcountry living 20 miles north of Jacksonville, just east of Interstate 95 on A1A, with easy access to both Amelia Island and the Jacksonville International Airport. Wildlight is being created by Raydient Places + Properties, a taxable REIT subsidiary of Rayonier.
For more information, visit wildlight.com.