The Dayton-area group of physician practices, which is headquartered in the Wright Dunbar neighborhood, will consolidate several area practices to the new location.
MORE: How a Dayton physician group improved diabetes care
“This new facility allows us to replace our current aging facilities in Centerville for family practice and pediatrics and in Kettering for pediatrics,” said Ted Inman, PriMed Physicians CEO.
“We greatly appreciate PriMed’s commitment to our community. They are activating an underutilized property and providing a valuable service to so many families in the region,” Brooks Compton, Centerville Mayor, said in a statement.