Beavercreek hospital to finish fifth floor, add 30 beds

Soin Medical Center is adding approximately 30 beds and additional therapy space for the hospital’s joint, spine, hernia and cardiac programs, officials announced today.

The Beavercreek hospital, operated by Kettering Health Network next to The Mall at Fairfield Commons, will begin the $10 million project on June 10.

Construction will involve finishing a shelled fifth floor that was incorporated into the hospital when it was built in 2012. The build-out will create about 45 jobs, including registered nurses, nurse aids, therapists and support staff, the hospital said in a release.

The work, awarded to Danis Building Construction, is expected to be completed by spring 2016.

“This latest build-out reflects a continued increase in demand for medical surgical and therapy services,” says Terry Burns, senior vice president of Soin Medical Center. “Since the hospital opened, it has been our desire to provide comprehensive, advanced health care to our neighbors in Greene, western Clark, eastern Montgomery and Miami counties, and improve their quality of life. This latest project helps us do just that.”

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When the 70-bed, 276,000-square-foot hospital was built in 2012, two floors were shelled in anticipation of adding patient rooms. The hospital built out the shelled fourth floor in 2013, adding 32 beds to meet a rise in medical surgical services.

Soin Medical Center also is completing expansion of its Emergency Department.

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