Aspire Indiana Health has announced plans to upgrade its Anderson health center. The reconstruction will result in partial closures for several months, but service will not be disrupted. Work is expected to begin later this month and finished by late summer or early fall.
The $1.35 million upgrade plan includes gutting and reconfiguring the interior to support a fully integrated care center, including primary medical, behavioral health, pharmacy and other units.
“We will continue to serve our clients in Anderson and the surrounding areas with minimal disruption,” said Aspire Controller David Wildman. “This project represents a major upgrade of our facility and an investment in Aspire’s ability to enhance the well-being of the community.”
Patients will be shifted to adjacent Aspire buildings while reconstruction is underway.