Memorial Breaks Ground for New Office Facility
For Primary Care, General & Colorectal Surgery Practices
At the groundbreaking for the new Memorial Health medical office building at City Gate, providers who will be neighbors in the new facility share in the excitement. Shown left to right: Justin Krueger, MD and Laura Sorg, MD of Marysville Primary Care; Adam Barker, MD and James Bové, DO of Memorial General & Colorectal Surgery; Memorial Health President and CEO Chip Hubbs; and Stephanie Kracker, PA-C of Memorial Medical Group.
As part of its ongoing expansion to provide expert medical services for residents of the region, a groundbreaking event was held today for a new medical office building in the City Gate area of Marysville. This is one of several new projects in development at Memorial Health to provide additional medical care options for this region. When open, it will create ten to fifteen new permanent jobs.
The 20,000 square-foot building will be located on Coleman’s Crossing Boulevard, adjacent to Memorial City Gate Medical Center, which it will resemble in design. The construction cost is estimated at $4.7-million. The developer of the new facility, Hplex Solutions, was also involved with the construction of Memorial Mill Valley Medical Center in 2008.
When completed, the new medical office building will house two primary care practices and a specialty office. Memorial General & Colorectal Surgery, the office of Dr. James Bove’ and Dr. Adam Barker, will relocate from its current location on Damascus Road in Marysville. Memorial Health will open a new primary care practice, for which the system is recruiting new providers, and Marysville Primary Care, an affiliate of Central Ohio Primary Care, will also be relocating to the new facility.
“To help meet the growing demands for access to high quality primary care physicians in the region, we are taking steps forward in opening another exceptional facility with convenient access,” explains Chip Hubbs, President and CEO of Memorial Health. “We are enthusiastic about our collaboration with Marysville Primary Care and Central Ohio Primary Care, together enhancing opportunities to improve the health and wellness of our communities.”
The move into the facility is targeted for Spring 2017.