Adena Greenfield Medical Center Opens Medical Office Building

The project took over a year to complete.

By HFT Staff
November 11, 2022

A new era in patient convenience, access and service has begun at Adena Greenfield Medical Center in Ohio with the opening of its medical office building expansion. 

More than a year after groundbreaking, the 8,500-square-foot expansion has moved the hospital’s services under one roof while enhancing patient care and access in Highland County and surrounding areas. 

The $4 million project marks the first expansion to the hospital in the last 30 years and will replace the modular medical office building that has been on the property since the early 2000s. It offers several benefits to bolster patient care and convenience, including new technology and equipment, spacious exam rooms, enhanced patient privacy, additional patient parking, a more efficient layout to decrease patient wait times and the flexibility within the hospital to allow for future growth. 

Much of the construction work went to area companies, including the construction company heading up the project and those handling the plumbing, HVAC, electric and architectural services. 


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