Newsroom

November 2018

The Christ Hospital Plans East Side Medical Office Building

Newsroom 
button whitebutton red

Thursday November 29, 2018

The Christ Hospital Plans East Side Medical Office Building

The Christ Hospital is planning to bring its brand of healthcare services to more people on the east side of Greater Cincinnati.

The healthcare system has launched efforts to build a 15,000 SF medical office building in Miami Township, Clermont County.

More from the Cincinnati Business Courier.

“The new facility will house primary care physicians, family medicine, specialty physician office space, a laboratory draw site and a physical/occupational therapy suite, said Debbie Hayes, chief operating officer of the Mount Auburn-based Christ Hospital Health Network.

The new building will have six full-time providers on site as well as a pre-admissions testing lab, a physical therapy suite, primary care and a flexible specialty practice suite.

This neighborhood location is a key part of our strategy to make care more accessible by bringing health care services into the communities where our patients live,” Hayes said.

Christ Hospital collaborated with Miami Township and Clermont County to select the 2-acre site. 

The hospital, which is developing the property with  commercial real estate specialist Schuermann Properties of Anderson Township and Al Neyer Inc. of downtown Cincinnati, will lease the building.”

Click here for the full story by Barrett J. Brunsman at the Cincinnati Business Courier.


Recent News

Molly North Winner of 2019 EY Entrepreneur Of The Year®Tuesday June 25, 2019

Molly North Winner of 2019 EY Entrepreneur Of The Year®

Nord-Lock Group Secures Building III at Clinton Commerce CenterFriday June 21, 2019

Nord-Lock Group Secures Building III at Clinton Commerce Center

Al. Neyer Named 2019 Top Workplace by Cincinnati EnquirerTuesday June 18, 2019

Al. Neyer Named 2019 Top Workplace by Cincinnati Enquirer

Residential Projects Heating Up as Greater Cincinnati Market Demands More HousingWednesday June 12, 2019

Residential Projects Heating Up as Greater Cincinnati Market Demands More Housing