Kettering Adventist Health Network to build hospital in Troy
Story by Elizabeth Long
Kettering Adventist Health Network plans to build a three-story, nearly 100,000 square-foot hospital on land it purchased in Troy at 600 W. Main Street.
The hospital will transform care for the patients and their families that live in the Troy community. Offering a coordinated approach to health care, patients can receive preventative, whole-person care centered on the patient, near where they work and live. This seamless approach is different than anything that currently exists in Miami County. This is truly the facility of tomorrow, today.
The hospital will have a strong emphasis on innovation and outpatient services, utilizing the latest technology. In addition to inpatient beds, services will include an emergency department, lab and imaging, surgery center and a medical office building for physician practices. It is expected to create 120 new jobs, including physicians, registered nurses, respiratory therapists, imaging and lab technicians and support staff.
“This new facility marks our entrance into the Troy and Miami County communities,” says Fred Manchur, Kettering Health Network CEO. “We look forward to serving these communities and connecting people to better and faster access to quality health care.”
The facility is expected to cost around $60 million and is scheduled to be completed in late 2018.