Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Held at UVA Medical Park in Zion Crossroads
Ribbon-cutting ceremony at UVA Medical Park
The public is getting its first look at University of Virginia Health System's newest facility. A ribbon-cutting ceremony took place Thursday morning at the UVA Medical Park in Zion Crossroads.
It's designed to make it easier for people who live in Fluvanna, Louisa and Orange counties to receive primary and specialty care closer to home.
The medical center is nearly 50-thousand square feet, and comes at a cost of around $18 million.
"We're mixing primary and specialty care, imaging services, pharmacy, lab, all in the same place. It's about getting close to you. It's about having UVA physicians out in the community providing care and it's about collaboration," said Wes Campbell, chief of clinical operation at the UVA Physicians Group.
There's an open house at the Zion Crossroads Medical Park Thursday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Wednesday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
The facility officially opens on Monday.
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