Premier Health Plans to Build
$24M Rehab Center
Will Create Many New Jobs in Dayton
Premier Health and Encompass Health have announced plans
to build a rehabilitation hospital near Miami Valley Hospital.
A large rehabilitation hospital will open near Miami Valley Hospital in early 2020.
Premier Health and Encompass Health have announced plans to build a 60-bed freestanding rehabilitation hospital near Miami Valley Hospital. The $24 million project is designed to ensure more seamless care of patients with complex medical issues. It will be located at the corner of South Main and West Apple Streets.
The project will bring a new health facility to the Dayton region, as well as new jobs and potential work for area contractors and suppliers.
The new hospital will complement adjacent development in the near future on the former Montgomery County Fairgrounds property, owned by Premier Health and the University of Dayton.
"Miami Valley Hospital has a great legacy of providing quality inpatient rehabilitation services for patients and families in Southwest Ohio," said Mike Maiberger, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Premier Health, and president of Miami Valley Hospital.
Troy DeDecker, president of Encompass Health's central region, says his group's shares Premier's vision of providing high-quality, cost-effective care.
"Together, we will make a difference in the lives of Southwest Ohio residents overcoming a variety of debilitating illnesses and injuries so they can return to independent lives and the people and activities they love most," DeDecker said.
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