3 Virginia providers commence $14M project in joint venture

Three organizations are teaming up to develop a $14 million medical office building and ASC in Suffolk, Va., the Suffolk News-Herald reports.

Four details:

1. Construction on the joint venture involving Suffolk-based Lakeview Medical Center, Chesapeake, Va.-based Bayview Physicians Group, and Suffolk-based Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center began May 14.

2. An ASC will occupy the third floor. OB-GYN, pulmonary, cardiology and orthopedic services will be offered on the first and second floors.

3. The 42,000-square-foot facility is expected to be at full capacity when it opens in the summer of 2020.

4. The groups have been planning the project for over two years, but the site wasn't initially available.

"Developing a center here, we'll have quality medical care, not only through the 15 orthopedic and intervention spine specialists in my practice, but the 100 physicians with Bayview [Physicians] Group, bringing a multispecialty group together under one roof," said Bryan Fox, MD, of Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center. "Combined with the ambulatory center, it's going to be the centerpiece of this area, I think."

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