Parker Adventist Hospital will soon break ground on a four-story medical office building, which will be soon be used for internal medicine; OB/GYN; ear, nose and throat; and expanded medical oncology …
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Parker Adventist Hospital will soon break ground on a four-story medical office building, which will be soon be used for internal medicine; OB/GYN; ear, nose and throat; and expanded medical oncology offices.
The building is projected to finish construction in 2021. The building will break ground as soon as the hospital obtains the final building permits from the town.
The new medical office building will be the first on Parker Adventist’s campus solely owned by the hospital. Mike Goebel, CEO of Parker Adventist, said it will be an opportunity to consolidate some of the existing medical practices and provide room for expansion.
“We want to grow with the market,” Goebel said. For internal medicine, OB/GYN and ear, nose and throat practices, “it is an opportunity to provide space that is more suited to those practices.”
Goebel said the additional space is very much needed to bolster the hospital’s medical oncology program as well.
The building, when finished, will be four stories tall and just shy of 82,000 square feet. Parker Adventist will break ground on the building on the northeast part of the campus property.
“Expanding some services and bringing other services on campus to provide patients with one-stop access to their needs is the goal of Parker Adventist Hospital,” Goebel said in a Dec. 11 press release. “This new building will allow us to continue to provide a great environment for our patients and community and expand as our community expands. We continue to be very vested in the healthcare delivery in Parker and appreciate the community’s support.”
Parker Adventist Hospital is a Centura Health facility. Of Centura’s 17 hospitals, two are in Douglas County, Castle Rock Adventist being the other.
Patients should not expect any change in services once the building opens.
Parker Adventist Hospital, near E-470 and Parker Road, opened in 2004 and provides numerous medical services, including oncology care, complex spine and brain surgery, bariatrics and joint-replacement surgery as well as performing as a Level II trauma center.
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