Clarian plans to develop the 95 acres in phases -- initially bringing a fitness center, sports medicine service, sleep center, occupational medicine services, urgent care and imaging center, plus other outpatient care and doctors' offices.
Longer term, Clarian's plans incorporate wellness and healthy lifestyle features that mirror the themes of Saxony. There will be jogging trails, a lake and gardens.
The St. Vincent site of 25 acres along the interstate is just outside Saxony but within sight of Clarian.
St. Vincent executives said they were lured to Exit 10 for many of the same reasons -- the booming population of families and active older adults and the nearby retail, office and industrial development.
Vincent C. Caponi, chief executive of St. Vincent Health, said it won't be awkward to be next door to a competitor.
"We don't let competitors determine what's best for St. Vincent or our patients. From our perspective, St. Vincent has been in Hamilton County with our Carmel hospital and other services for many years," he said.
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