New health pavilion will improve healthcare access and promote economic development
Community Health Network will be hosting a groundbreaking ceremony on Tuesday, September 1 at 11 a.m. at 32nd and Scatterfield Road, construction will be starting on the Community Health Pavilion Anderson. It will be a $8.6 million project that will improve access to health care and support economic development in Madison County.
Located on 3.8 acres, the Community Health Pavilion Anderson will be a three-story, 68,000 square foot medical building that will house a variety of health care services.
"The development of the Community Health Pavilion Anderson will serve as an important addition to the health services available to residents in Madison County," said Beth Tharp, president and CEO of Community Hospital Anderson.
When completed in late 2016, the new pavilion will offer convenient access to outpatient services, including MedCheck; behavioral health; primary care physicians; specialty care; physical therapy; rehab and sports medicine; a lab; and other health-related services. It will also house a community room dedicated to patient education and health screenings.
"Our medical pavilion concept has been extremely popular with patients and families, and our new facility in Anderson will provide a wide variety of services in a great location." said Jon Fohrer, Vice-President Community Health Network’s ambulatory division.
Alderson Commercial Group, Inc. has been named the pavilion's developer. Community manages a total of twelve health pavilions conveniently located throughout central Indiana.