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Ribbon cutting held for new Medical Office Building on Memorial Hospital East campus

memorialmedbuildingribbonSHILOH – A ribbon-cutting officially marking the opening of Memorial Hospital East Medical Office Building was held Tuesday – just one year ago to the day that ground was broken for the new three-story, 70,500-square-foot Medical Office Building on the hospital’s Shiloh campus.

The $25 million Medical Office Building is located on the eastern portion of the 94-acre campus and will house the following physician practices and hospital services:

– Memorial Medical Group Orthopedics and Sports Medicine
– Memorial Hospital Outpatient Lab Draw
– Memorial Hospital Diagnostic Imaging
– The Harold and Dixie LePere Breast Health Center
– Memorial Rehab Services
– Memorial Medical Group Primary Care
– Memorial Medical Group Obstetrics and Gynecology
– Lincoln Surgical Associates
– Children’s Specialty Care Physicians

“This new medical office building offers opportunity to expand services to meet the demand for quality healthcare in this region,” said Mark J. Turner, president of Memorial Regional Health Services, Inc. “Additionally, this location provides for specialists and services available through our affiliation with BJC HealthCare to be more accessible to residents throughout Southwest Illinois.

“We also have been very successful in our physician development activities and look forward to breaking ground on our second Medical Office Building on the Shiloh campus to accommodate the demand for physician offices adjacent to Memorial Hospital East.”

Photo front row from left: Steve Lipstein, BJC HealthCare CEO;  SAFB 375th Medical Group Col. Michael D. Dietz, administrator; SAFB 375th Medical Group Commander Col. Jeff Alder; Mark J. Turner, president – Memorial Regional Health Services; Ruth Holmes, administrator – Memorial Hospital East; Shiloh Mayor Jim Vernier; Memorial Hospital East Board Vice Chair Kurt Schroeder; back row: Dave Birk, Bruce Holland and Mike Marchal, all with Holland Construction.

— The Illinois Business Journal


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