Thursday, November 17, 2022
Cincinnati Children’s will soon open a medical building to bring subspecialty medical care closer to residents of the Dayton area.
Called Cincinnati Children’s Centerville when it opens off of Clyo Road in early 2023, the medical building will improve access to a range of specialized pediatric care, anchored by:
Over time, Cincinnati Children’s expects to add other subspecialty care at the location.
The variety of subspecialty practices will make the location the first of its kind for Cincinnati Children’s in Montgomery County. Cincinnati Children’s already cares for thousands of patients in Centerville and Dayton through clinics in surrounding areas, which the medical center has operated for decades.
Patient appointments can begin to be scheduled in late January, with the first patient planned to be seen in March 2023.
“We’re making this investment in Cincinnati Children’s Centerville so that the kids and families of Montgomery County can receive care from us in a location closer to their homes,” said Steve Davis, MD, president and CEO of Cincinnati Children’s. “Our goal is to deliver personalized care as well as the best outcomes and value for patients and families throughout the region.”
Cincinnati Children’s is ranked the No. 1 pediatric hospital in Ohio and the rest of the Midwest by U.S. News & World Report, and the medical center is No. 3 overall in the entire nation. The medical center’s Gastroenterology & GI Surgery program is ranked No. 1 in the nation.
Hiring has begun for several jobs created by the opening of Cincinnati Children’s Centerville. In addition, medical center specialists will be based there or rotate in to see patients.
The Centerville location will add to services already provided at Cincinnati Children’s Liberty campus in Butler County as well as the main campus in Hamilton County.
The Centerville building and 6.9 surrounding acres were purchased by Cincinnati Children’s. Further investment is being made to renovate the existing 12,990-square-foot building.
Located in a wooded setting, the single-story building previously was home to a private medical practice. Cincinnati Children’s is renovating the space to better accommodate pediatric subspecialty services. The facility was constructed in 2007 in a way that allows for expansion.
Cincinnati Children’s Centerville will be easily accessible from Interstate 675, Ohio State Route 48 (Main Street) and Wilmington Pike.