Public Invited to be Part of History for Miami Valley South Health Center
Centerville, Ohio (August 24, 2006) - Miami Valley residents are invited to put their name on one of the last steel beams for Miami Valley Hospital's new facility in Centerville, Miami Valley South Health Center. A steel beam will be available in the Dayton Mall between August 28 and September 4 for the community to sign and become a permanent part of the facility's history. Along with the beam, artist renderings of Miami Valley South Health Center will be displayed, and the community will be able to pick up literature further detailing the facility, which will open in October 2007.
Miami Valley South Health Center is situated on 100 acres at the corner of Wilmington Pike and Clyo Road in Centerville near I-675. Easily accessible from all southern Dayton communities, this new health care facility offers many large-hospital amenities yet it has the convenience of a suburban location.
When completed, this new facility will house a variety of services including a 24-hour emergency center; a medical imaging center offering high-speed CT, MRI and ultrasound; a women's center; cardiac diagnostics; laboratory services; a five-story medical office tower with more than 60,000 square feet of physician office space; and more.
Miami Valley South Health Center will serve residents of Centerville, Washington Township, Kettering, Bellbrook and Sugarcreek Township, as well as other communities in Montgomery, Greene, Warren and Clinton counties.