Ground broken for FCHC medical office building


Bob Latta presents a flag to Fulton County Health Center CEO Patti Finn that had flown over the US Capital at one time in honor of the ground breaking.


Fulton County Health Center Board members break ground for the new medical office building.


Ground was broken Monday for a four story medical office building that will be attached to the south side of the Fulton County Health Center. Construction is scheduled to take 18-24 months.

The building will cost $19 million and be 62,000 square feet, which includes 56,000 square feet of usable space. Physician offices are planned for the building. The fourth floor of the building will consist of physician offices.

A 150 space parking lot will be added to the south of the current south parking lot. The east parking lot will be expanded with an additional 182 spaces.

A loan for the project is through the USDA Rural Development Community Facilities Grant and Loan Program.

Construction will be managed by Rupp/Rosebrook, Inc. of Liberty Center. Architectural services are by MBA Architect and Planners of Perrysburg.

Bob Latta presents a flag to Fulton County Health Center CEO Patti Finn that had flown over the US Capital at one time in honor of the ground breaking.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2017/04/web1_Finn-and-Latta.jpgBob Latta presents a flag to Fulton County Health Center CEO Patti Finn that had flown over the US Capital at one time in honor of the ground breaking.

Fulton County Health Center Board members break ground for the new medical office building.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2017/04/web1_Hospital-Groundbreaking.jpgFulton County Health Center Board members break ground for the new medical office building.