Healthcare Projects Spring Forward

Just days after Dayton Children’s Hospital announced its intention to start work on a $47.5 million expansion of its Springboro Outpatient Care Center and Urgent Care, the Kettering Health Network has also revealed more information about its plans to build a new, $9 million medical building in the city. It will be located just down the road from Dayton Children’s project.

It seems like hospitals like to build in Springboro right now.

Just days after Dayton Children’s Hospital announced plans to start work on a $47.5 million expansion of its Springboro Outpatient Care Center and Urgent Care, the Kettering Health Network has revealed new details about Springboro Health Center, the $9 million medical office building it intends to build just down the road from the Dayton Children’s project.

The Dayton Business Journal reports that Kettering plans to break ground July 21 on the new facility. Scheduled for completion early next summer, the project calls for a two-story, 31,300-square-foot building on an undeveloped parcel at the northwest corner of State Route 741 and Pennyroyal Road. Kettering acquired the land in 2006 for $1.2 million.

Kettering will offer primary care, family practice, internal medicine and OB/GYN services, as well as outpatient care.