Bristol Hospital Ambulatory Care Center Celebrated

August 9, 2018

Representatives from Bristol Hospital, the City of Bristol, the State of Connecticut, O&G’s Building Construction Group and the public gathered at the Bristol Hospital Ambulatory Care Center construction site at the corner of Main Street and Riverside Avenue to celebrate the signature of a roof beam, to be placed next week. 

The project is being developed in partnership by Rendina Healthcare Real Estate and O&G Industries.  The new three-story facility will be operated by Bristol Hospital's multi-specialty group to provide services including cardiology, endocrinology and diabetes, neurology, orthopedics, rheumatology and urology.

The medical office building is expected to open in the spring of 2019.

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