Ohio health system building $70M robotics, orthopedic center — 3 insights

Written by Eric Oliver | May 23, 2019 | Print  |

Circleville, Ohio-based Adena Health System is planning its largest main campus expansion to date: a $70 million robotics and orthopedic center, the Circleville Herald reports.

What you should know:

1. Health system President and CEO Jeff Graham said the project will meet growing orthopedic demand and has the potential to make the campus a go-to destination for orthopedic care.

2. The orthopedic project will be five stories high and include a 300-space parking structure.

3. Mr. Graham expects the center will be open by 2021. Adena Health will finance the development by selling bonds.

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