OhioHealth plans to open medical office at Beulah Park

OhioHealth is announcing plans to open a new, 12,000-square-foot medical office building at Beulah Park in Grove City. Three acres of land were purchased along Southwest Boulevard in October 2020.

The medical office building will provide primary care, obstetrics and gynecology and laboratory services.

“Beulah Park is the perfect location to provide such important services, as so many residents of Grove City live and work nearby,” said Brett Kim, OhioHealth Physician Group chief operating officer. “We are committed to providing accessible, high quality care to the people of this community and are looking forward to opening this medical office building in the summer of 2022.”

The medical office building will be one of OhioHealth’s leading sites for innovation in how healthcare is provided. It will provide the opportunity to explore and implement new and exciting ways to provide services that will help enhance the patient and provider experience, not only in Grove City, but throughout the entire OhioHealth system.

“Grove City residents have shown that they trust OhioHealth with their care. Our urgent care here is the busiest in our system. The response to OhioHealth Grove City Methodist Hospital has been incredible,” said Kim.

OhioHealth also is also committed to many other healthcare services in Grove City, including those in the OhioHealth Grove City Health Center on Stringtown Road, which houses urgent care, imaging, rehabilitation and WorkHealth services. Additionally, OhioHealth partners with Grove City schools to provide sports medicine physicians and athletic trainers to work with student-athletes.

“Grove City enjoys a long-standing OhioHealth partnership beginning with their first healthcare facility in the early 1990s and they continue to provide an expanding range of specialty medical services in our area,” said Grove City Mayor Richard “Ike” Stage. “Adding a new medical facility in Beulah Park solidly contributes to the city’s goal of becoming a full-service community.”

Construction on the $6 million project is expected to begin in late summer or early fall.

For more information, visit www.ohiohealth.com.

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