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New Miami Valley South Health Center to Top Out

Centerville, Ohio - A topping out ceremony for Miami Valley Hospital's new facility, Miami Valley South Health Center, will be Thursday, September 7 by invitation only. At 2:30 p.m. the last beams will be raised to complete the steel structure of the new health care facility located at the corner of Wilmington Pike and Clyo Road. The ceremony will indicate the facility has reached its full height and the halfway point in construction.

Miami Valley South Health Center's medical office building structure will be completed with a beam that includes hundreds of signatures from community members who signed the beam at the Dayton Mall. Miami Valley Hospital physicians, staff, and volunteers signed another beam that will top out the two-story diagnostic and testing building, which will feature the facility's 24-hour emergency department and other services.

"Miami Valley South Health Center is an exciting venture for Miami Valley Hospital, residents of the southern Dayton communities, our physicians, and employees," Mary Boosalis, Miami Valley Hospital President and CEO said. "We are pleased by the outpouring of support we've seen over the last year of construction and look forward to providing the same high-quality health care the public has come to expect from Miami Valley Hospital."

The ceremony will include comments from notable figures including Boosalis; Joann Ringer, Administrator of Miami Valley South Health Center; Doug Cline, Deputy Mayor of Centerville; amongst others.

"Miami Valley Hospital has been providing excellent medical services to this community and region for many years and we are very honored and grateful the hospital has chosen to establish such a significant presence in Centerville," Mark Kingseed, Centerville Mayor said. "We in the City Government will do all within our resources to assist in Miami Valley's efforts to grow and promote this tremendous facility."