Lutheran Medical Group is partnering again with Sperry Van Ness / Parke Group to increase small-town access to health care.
The duo, which last month announced plans to build an office for one physician in Roanoke, today confirmed plans to build a 4,168-square-foot office in Leo that will house two doctors. The one-story building will be at 10429 Hosler Road. Officials expect patients to come from as far away as northwestern Ohio.
Sperry Van Ness / Parke Group is the developer for the $1 million project. Lutheran Medical Group is the tenant.
The office building will include six exam rooms, a procedure room and an area for lab work.
The layout is almost identical to the office now being constructed in Roanoke and scheduled to open in mid-August, said Geoff Thomas, Lutheran Health Network spokesman. The only real difference is the Roanoke office building will have a lower level for storage and potential growth.
“Lutheran Medical Group’s objective with some of its newer facility projects was to find a great blueprint and repeat it when possible to save on the cost of design work,” Thomas said in an email.