A new health facility is coming to the New Albany, Ohio area after officials voted to issue bonds to help build it.
According to a recent article I was reading, the New Albany City Council recently voted to issue $7.6 million in bonds to build a 52,000-square-foot community health facility.
This is an exciting new development that is sure to improve quality of life for everyone living in and around our Central Ohio community!
Health Facility to Be Built with Help of Bonds in New Albany
The new community health facility will be constructed on land that is currently owned by the New Albany Co.
The land is at the southwest corner of Village Hall and Johnstown Roads.
Here are some of the features that are called for in the construction plans:
- Community rooms
- Demonstration kitchen for Healthy New Albany
- Teen room
- Art room
- Fitness facility operated by Integrated Wellness Partners and OSU
Then on the second floor, planners say that Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and Nationwide Children’s Hospital will provide medical services.
When the city issued the bonds for the project, they specified that $7.6 million will be dedicated to the nonprofit part of the building and $4.15 million will be dedicated to the Integrated Wellness Partners’ portion of the building.
Relocating to New Albany Ohio: A Fantastic Choice
As you can see from the initial plans for this health center, every segment of the population is sure to benefit from its construction, adding one more reason to the long list of reasons to live in New Albany, Ohio!
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