Premier Health Plans Expansion in Beavercreek with Emergency Department

BEAVERCREEK, Ohio (July 29, 2021) – Premier Health plans to grow its presence in Beavercreek with the addition of an emergency department at its existing medical office building at 2400 Lakeview Drive.

A groundbreaking ceremony will be held at the site at 10 a.m. on Thursday, July 29.

Once expanded, the site will offer the full capabilities of other Premier Health emergency departments and will be staffed by the same experienced team in place at all the health system’s emergency departments.

“It will be a privilege to offer the Beavercreek community expanded access to quality emergency services, as well as even greater coordination of care for Premier Health patients who live, work, or shop locally,” said Dr. Darin Pangalangan, an emergency physician and Premier Health’s vice president of clinical service lines. “We are pleased to have this opportunity to partner with the City of Beavercreek in planning an expansion of these services at one of our existing sites of care in the community.”

“The City of Beavercreek is excited to welcome a new emergency department to our community,” said Bob Stone, Mayor of the City of Beavercreek. “Premier Health’s presence in Beavercreek will bring jobs to the city and more access to health care for our residents.”

Other project details include:

  • 55 jobs
  • enhanced capability to keep patients who require a less than 24-hour length of stay for observation.
  • The expanded facility will have a community room similar to the free-standing emergency department at Austin Landing.

The expansion of Premier Health’s services in Beavercreek reflects the community’s growth – more than 131,000 people now live within a 10-mile radius of the proposed site of the emergency department. This growth has set the stage for an increasing demand for choice. In 2020, Premier Health served more than 30,000 emergency department patients from the area.

In addition to physician offices, Premier Health also has an urgent care in Beavercreek. This urgent care and the proposed emergency department would both be part of a coordinated spectrum of care available to Beavercreek residents without leaving town.

This will be the second time that Premier Health has added emergency department capabilities to an existing care site in Greene County, having done so in 2013 in Jamestown.

Premier Health is collaborating with the City of Beavercreek in preparation for the expansion. An opening date is set for spring 2022.

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