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Medical office building set to break ground in Georgetown

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Georgetown Community Hospital, part of LifePoint Health, will anchor a medical office building in the new Parkview Plaza in Georgetown, expanding its portfolio of providers and outpatient healthcare services.

Georgetown Community Hospital will occupy approximately 30,000 s.f. of the 45,000 s.f., three-story, class “A” medical office building, conveniently located nearby at 1175 Lexington Road. The building will be in the initial phase of Parkview Plaza, a 10-acre mixed-use development by May Commercial Group Inc of Lexington, consisting of office, retail and restaurant space.

“Health care services have been a staple of the Georgetown Community since the early 1900s and the tremendous growth of our region during the last 20 years has created a demand for more health care offerings for local patients,” said Cliff Wilson, CEO of Georgetown Community Hospital and Central Kentucky LifePoint Market President. “As part of this extensive project, we will recruit additional providers and expand the range of services we offer to better serve the healthcare needs of our community.”

“We are excited to partner with Georgetown Community Hospital on this new medical office building,” said CJ May, owner of May Commercial Group.

Scott County has been consistently ranked as the fastest growing community in Kentucky over the past 10 years. Since the 2010 census, the population of Scott County has grown 21.2%, making Georgetown the 7th largest city in the state.

“Georgetown Community Hospital is such an important asset to our community,” said Tom Prather, mayor of Georgetown. “The hospital provides jobs, supports our community economically and provides access to quality healthcare right here at home.”

Since 2012, Georgetown Community Hospital has recruited 31 new providers to the community and medical staff and has intentionally located new provider offices on or near its main campus to ensure easier access to services for patients.

The groundbreaking for the new medical office building is scheduled for September 2022 with construction to begin immediately after. Healthcare services at the location are estimated to be available by the fall of 2023.

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