FORT WAYNE - Fort Wayne-based Parkview Health System is expanding its services to the southwest side of the city. The health system has announced plans to build two new facilities: a medical office building and an outpatient center, totaling more than 130,000 square feet.

The hospital says the health campus, to be called Parkview Inverness, will encompass existing services already at the site, including cardiology, imaging and podiatry.

The new facilities will offer a walk-in clinic, adult and pediatric primary care, pharmacy and expanded outpatient surgery options.

“By bringing together several care options and specialty services in one unique location at Parkview Inverness, we will make accessing Parkview providers even more convenient for our community,” said John Bowen, chief operating officer, Parkview Regional Medical Center & Affiliates.

Parkview has already started construction on the 19,000-square-foot medical office building. They hope to open this summer.

The new outpatient center will be 112,000-square-feet. Construction is set to begin next month, with an opening date in 2021.