Construction Set to Begin on Johnson County Micro-Hospital

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(Rendering courtesy Franciscan Health) (Rendering courtesy Franciscan Health)
JOHNSON COUNTY -

Franciscan Health officials will break ground Thursday on a planned $50 million micro-hospital and health complex in Greenwood. The facility will include an emergency room and outpatient services.

The new Johnson County location will be near the fast-growing Bargersville and Center Grove areas. The three-story, 108,000 square-foot facility will feature eight inpatient rooms, emergency exam space, as well as imaging services and lab capabilities. Plans also call for rehabilitation, specialty clinic, family medicine, pediatric and OB/GYN space.

Construction is set to wrap-up late next fall.

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