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Parkview Health has broken ground on a $20 million facility in Warsaw. The health system expects Parkview Warsaw to be complete late next year and create more than 100 jobs.
November 12, 2014
Fort Wayne, Ind. -- Parkview Health leaders today broke ground for a new facility to be built in Warsaw, Indiana. Parkview Warsaw, an 86,000 square foot facility, will be located adjacent from the Parkview Warsaw YMCA off Mariners Drive. The medical complex, a two-story, $20 million project, will offer many services including an emergency department, outpatient care and physician offices. It's anticipated that more than 100 jobs will be created at the new facility and the construction is projected to be complete in late 2015.
"Parkview is committed to improving the health and well-being of the communities we serve and we’ve been looking forward to the day we could expand upon what we offer the residents of Warsaw, Kosciusko County and beyond," said Mike Packnett, president and CEO, Parkview Health. "Many hours of careful thought and evaluation went into the planning of this facility and I’m excited to be here today, breaking ground for what will be a great asset for this region."
The services to be included at Parkview Warsaw include:
• Emergency room services, 24/7
o Full-service ER including a helipad for medical transport from facility
• Outpatient laboratory
• Diagnostic imaging
o X-rays, CT scans, ultrasounds and more
• Outpatient rehabilitation services
• Family practice physician offices and services
• Specialty physicians and services
• Women’s health services
“The construction of Parkview Warsaw will help to create a unique campus,” said Scott Gabriel, president, Parkview Warsaw and Parkview Whitley Hospital. “Our partnership with the Parkview Warsaw YMCA further compliments our efforts as we each share a similar vision focused on the health and well-being of our community members.”
The Parkview Center for Healthy Living will also be located on the campus, inside the YMCA. The Center for Healthy Living will offer services focused on holistic health and wellness information to help individuals be proactive with their health decisions.
Source: Parkview Health