Indiana University Health Goshen and Maple City Health Care officials will cut the ribbon Wednesday on a unique redevelopment project. The $2.2 million effort has transformed the former Abshire Mansion into an affordable health care clinic. May 15, 2015

News Release

GOSHEN, Ind. – Access to quality and affordable healthcare is available for Goshen community members now that the second location of Maple City Health Care Center is seeing patients. On Wednesday, May 20, 2015, the IU Health Goshen Foundation and Maple City Health Care will host a ribbon cutting ceremony at 808 N. 3rd St, formerly known as the Abshire Mansion.

This second location has the much-needed clinic, education and counseling space that Maple City Health Care needs to provide quality care to the Goshen community.

Additional information:

WHEN: Wednesday, May 20, 2015, 1:30 pm

WHERE: 808 N. 3rd St, Goshen, IN

Parking at the clinic will be restricted. Please park at Walnut Hill Mennonite Church, 909 N 6th St, Goshen, IN 46528, and walk to the event. There will be signs with arrows.

It will be a ribbon cutting ceremony with the following attendees speaking:

-Randy Christophel, president and CEO of IU Health Goshen

-Dr. Daniel Berger, IU Health Goshen Physicians

-Gordon Lord, chairman, IU Health Goshen Foundation Board of Directors

-Dr. James Gingerich, Maple City Health Care Center

-Jenny Martinez, Maple City Health Care Center patient

Source: Indiana University Health Goshen

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