Adena names $70M spine center to open in 2021

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Chillicothe, Ohio-based Adena Health Systems has branded its $70 million facility set to open in 2021 as Adena Orthopedic and Spine Institute, the Chillicothe Gazette reports. 

The 111,000-square-foot center will house the health system's orthopedics program and the Adena Spine Center, honing in on minimally invasive surgery and advanced orthopedic treatment.

Set to open next summer, the goal is to make Adena a "destination for orthopedic and spine care," James Fleming Jr., MD, interim medical director of Adena Bone and Joint Center, told the Gazette.

The five-story facility will include 80 clinical exam rooms, six operating rooms, 20 inpatient recovery beds and 22 preoperative and postoperative recovery bays.

Adena also hired joint reconstruction specialist Neel Patel, MD, who will practice at the center next year.

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