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Premier Health Opens Monroe Medical Office Building
Wednesday, December 05, 2018 8:16:37 AM - Middletown Ohio

 

Premier Health Opens Monroe Medical Office Building

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony & Community Open House December 6, 2018

 

MONROE, Ohio (December 4, 2018) – Premier Health will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 2 p.m. and community open house from 4 to 7 p.m., on Thursday, Dec. 6, for a new medical office building that will house both primary and specialty care physicians. The 19,300- square-foot building is located at 35 Overbrook Blvd. in Monroe.

This facility will act as a Premier Physician Network primary and specialty care center,” said Diane Pleiman, president of Premier Physician Network. “It will provide patients from Monroe and the surrounding communities a single point of multidisciplinary services close to home. Our goal is to make their health care convenient, streamlined, and comprehensive – while at the same time easy to access.”

The medical office building will have space for 8 primary care providers and will offer specialty services in orthopedics, and possibly in cardiology, endocrinology, rheumatology, or women’s health.

The project, a collaborative investment of approximately $4.5 million, represents growth and expansion for Premier Health in the Monroe area and surrounding communities. The contractor for the project is Al.Neyer.

When fully staffed, the Monroe location will have approximately 22 employees; 6 of those positions will be new. Monroe Medical Center has relocated to the new site in Suite 100. The practice includes Dyrk Van Valkenburg, MD, Maurice Swanson, MD, Joe Burghard, MD, Christopher Eppley, MD, and Tricia Neu, NP. Monroe Medical Center is accepting new patients and can be reached by calling (513) 539-7356.

In addition, Premier Orthopedics will open a satellite location at the new Monroe site in suite 110. This location will include Richard L. Davis II, MD, who is fellowship trained in hip and knee replacements. Premier Orthopedics operates 13 locations around Southwest Ohio with 26 physicians serving patients in comprehensive sports medicine and orthopedic care. Premier Orthopedics is accepting new patients and can be reached by calling (513) 424-7711.

Integrated patient care with multidisciplinary care teams in one location creates a comprehensive and convenient environment to care for patients,” said Steven Robbe, MD, Premier Physician Network Board Chair. “We strive to make the patient experience optimal.”

The community open house will offer tours and an opportunity to meet providers along with free food, free first aid kits, and a balloon artist for kids.

ABOUT PREMIER PHYSICIAN NETWORK: Premier Physician Network is one of the largest groups of primary and specialty care practices in Southwest Ohio. More than 600 physicians and advanced practice providers make up this network throughout Greater Dayton and Northern Cincinnati. The network serves primary care needs of patients, and offers care in a variety of specialties such as bariatrics, breast care, burn and wound care, cardiology, cardiovascular-thoracic surgery, gastroenterology, general surgery, gynecologic oncology, hand and reconstructive surgery, infectious diseases, maternal-fetal medicine, neurosciences, obstetrics and gynecology, oncology, orthopedic joint surgery, orthopedic spine surgery, physiatry, plastic surgery, podiatry, psychology, pulmonology, sports medicine and urology. Premier Physician Network is part of Premier Health, which includes Miami Valley Hospital, Atrium Medical Center and Upper Valley Medical Center.

 

Contacts:

Renee Roberts, Premier Health

937-499-7861

rearoberts@premierhealth.com

 

Julie Thompson, Premier Health

937-751-9581

jthompson@premierhealth.com

 


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