The Ohio TriHealth Health System will build a multi-million dollar medical center as a “one stop shop” for care in Finneytown, an underserved part of the Greater Cincinnati area.
The new outpatient campus will cost more than $ 30 million to build and will be located near its headquarters, which is in an area the company CEO has called a “medical desert.” according to WKRC Local 12. Designed to have two floors and an area of 55,000 square feet, the facility is expected to be completed by mid-2023. Recruitment is already underway to bring in 18-20 primary care providers.
Patients will have access to specialized care services in cardiology, general surgery, physical medicine and rehabilitation, orthopedics, obstetrics and other fields. Outpatient services for laboratory, X-ray, CT and heart tests will also be available, as well as emergency care seven days a week.
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“Increasingly, healthcare is moving from the acute care setting in hospitals to the outpatient setting and, in many ways, even the home setting,” said Mark Clement, President and CEO of the non-profit organization TriHealth, in a statement.
A large part of the company’s care consists of outpatient services, which account for around 75% of its turnover. According to Modern Healthcare, almost all patient care is done in the form of outpatient or outpatient consultations. https://www.modernhealthcare.com/providers/trihealth-construct-30m-ambulatory-campus-underserved-community
To prepare for the center, TriHealth began investing in a centralized network, value-based models of care and advanced primary practices to manage patients’ chronic illnesses and tackle growing risk factors.
The center will be TriHealth’s 13th major outpatient campus in Greater Cincinnati and will complement the consolidation of three primary care practices in neighboring communities.
TriHealth is the second largest healthcare employer in Cincinnati and employs 14,000 people at more than 140 healthcare sites and six hospitals, including Good Samaritan and Bethesda North hospitals. He cares for 600,000 patients, about half of whom are part of a value-based payment arrangement.
Earlier this month, UC San Diego also embarked on a 15-year construction project, to renovate its entire Hillcrest medical campus for $ 2.5 billion to $ 3 billion. The campus will have new facilities and new technologies built to increase capacity and expand care. The first phase will focus on the construction of a 250,000 square foot ambulatory pavilion which is expected to open in 2025 and will house specialized clinical programs.
In addition, UC, Irvine and UCI Health are constructing a $ 1.3 billion 144-bed acute care hospital that will include an emergency room, an advanced ambulatory care center for primary and specialized health services, a for children’s health and the Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center and outpatient building. It will work with the UCI Health primary care network in Orange County, making it the first healthcare system in the region to be supported by a leading US academic research institution.
TriHealth previously entered into a joint venture with Vantage Oncology in 2011 to manage its radiation oncology services, as well as Vantage Oncology’s Cincinnati ambulatory radiation oncology centers. The partnership added two more ambulatory radiation oncology centers in Mt. Airy and Eastgate to existing TriHealth centers in Clifton and Montgomery.
Plans for the new medical campus are still being finalized.