Monday, November 24, 2014

Reid in Greenville, Ohio: Questions and answers about project

Reid Hospital provided the following list of Frequently Asked Questions (and Answers) related to their new building project in Greenville...

The Reid Hospital & Health Care Services ongoing project in Greenville to build a Medical Office Building to house specialists is moving well on schedule.

As a way to keep community members informed, we have developed a list of question and answers about the project:

What is Reid building in Greenville?
We are building a $10 million, 34,000 square foot medical office building to house Reid physicians who provide specialty care to the region.

Where is it?
The Greenville Medical Office Building is at Meeker/Jackson and Katzenberger roads next to Family Health.

Why is Reid putting a facility in Greenville?
This new building will house in most cases specialty practices for doctors who have already been caring for Greenville area residents in other locations for many years, including Bethel Cardiology and Reid Orthopedics. We want to provide better facilities for our patients in the area and continue to offer specialty care that complements what is already offered by other providers, such as Wayne HealthCare.

Won’t your services compete with the local hospital and physician practices?
No. Our goal is to provide services that Wayne does not provide so that residents can continue to use their great local hospital and get care from Reid that is not offered there. We offer specialists to whom Greenville doctors already refer their patients for care.

When will the building be completed?
Construction is on target for completion by the end of March 2015.

Are you using local contractors in the project?
About 91 percent of the construction is being done by local and regional companies as a way to make sure the project helps the county and regional economy.

Will your facility offer emergency care?
No. Our Medical Office Building will provide a central place for specialty care including orthopedics, heart and vascular, neurology, rheumatology, urology, ENT and psychiatric services.

Will it include beds to provide overnight care?
No. It is a specialty practice facility, not a hospital or emergency care facility.

Is Wayne HealthCare and Family Health part of the project?
While the project is funded solely by Reid, we consider them partners in providing health care to the community. We are in regular communication about what we are doing and what community needs are. Our goal is to be long-term partners in providing care to the people these great providers also serve. We look forward to providing specialty care to compliment the services they are not currently providing in Darke County.

Will there be a pharmacy in the new building?
No. These services are already available in the community.

Will the facility offer services such as MRI, CT scans or ultrasound?
No. These services are also already readily available in the county.

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