A new medical office building has opened in Dayton, Ohio thanks to a partnership between Premier Health and the University of Dayton. The 47,000 square foot facility is located on Brown Street and aims to provide on-campus care for UD staff, students, and their families. This innovative partnership is designed to increase access to quality healthcare services for all members of the local community.
Premier Health CEO Mike He Riordan said, “Employers in our area are looking for opportunities to provide their employees with convenient access to quality healthcare services, and this Employer Clinic model achieves that goal.” The building includes neuro- and physical rehabilitation and therapy services as well as outpatient care.
According to Rainie Dean, Vice President of Systems and Chief Strategy Officer at Premier Health, the new building was specifically designed to improve accessibility for outpatient service personnel. “Given the convenience and ease of access, it’s a bit complicated for outpatient service personnel to get to that campus,” she said. “We wanted something that was easier for them to get to and through.”
The opening of the new Premier Health medical office building is good news for the local community and further demonstrates the commitment of healthcare providers and educational institutions to work together to improve access to quality medical care.