Kettering Health proposes Centerville medical office

Kettering Health Network is proposing renovating a Centerville building into a medical office for its doctors.

The health system is requesting approval from Centerville’s planning commission to renovate the 6661 Clyo Road building into doctors’ offices.

It’s still too early to have details like which practices will be moving and the project timeline, according to Kettering Health.

Synergy Building Systems, which is contracted on the project, will present the site plan for planning commission approval on Tuesday.

Kettering Health bought the property in June for $1.1 million, according to Montgomery County records.

The building was a former Sears repair shop and former funeral home. County records list it as a 22,012-square-foot building.

Kettering Health Network is a network of eight hospitals, 10 emergency departments, and 120 outpatient facilities.

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The network has been rapidly acquiring real estate and expanding, including planning an additional hospital in Troy and a new medical center in Middletown.

The network also has bought property over the last two years including a Far Hills Avenue office building in Oakwood, a now-demolished car wash in West Carrollton on Dixie Drive and land along Stroop Road Kettering, but has not announced specific plans for the locations.

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