GI group to build $7M medical office in Montana — 4 insights

A team of gastroenterologists plan to develop a new medical office building in Missoula, Mont., to meet growing demand in the area, local news affiliate KPAX reports.

What you should know:

1. The GI group entered into a buy-sell agreement with Engineer Support Services for the land the practice will sit on.

2. The group plans to start construction this year.

3. The group, led by Casey Kolendich, MD, will receive $1.1 million in tax incentives to construct the building and modernize the land parcel.

4. Several area gastroenterologists retired in recent years, increasing demand for care. The group hopes this new facility will satiate that demand.

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