Lake Nona Science and Technology Park is the site for University of Central Florida's Health Sciences Campus - the Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences.  The college is expected to draw the best students throughout Florida and the United States.  Eventually, the school will produce about 120 new doctors each year. In addition to the Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences, The College of Medicine will include a medical library.  The medical college will have a significant economic impact on Central Florida and fulfilling the area's need to develop more quality physicians. The campus is located on a 50-acre site that is south of Lake Nona Boulevard Gateway interchange on SR 417.