Christ Hospital’s $50M Outpatient Center Nears Opening in Montgomery

Christ Hospital is expanding in Greater Cincinnati. The health network will open a new outpatient center in Montgomery next month.

Christ Hospital’s $50 million outpatient center in Montgomery will welcome its first patients on April 6. A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held May 6 at a formal grand opening.

Located at 11140 Montgomery Road, Montgomery Outpatient Center was developed by Brandicorp, with Duke Realty Corp. serving as contractor and McGill, Smith, Punshon, Inc. as architect. GBBN Architects designed the interiors.

Standing three stories tall, the 80,000-square-foot building will offer a wide variety of services, including primary care, gynecology, urology, rheumatology, podiatry, orthopaedics and sports medicine, physical and occupational therapy and radiation oncology. The facility will also provide lab services and pre-surgery testing, cardiovascular testing and imaging.

In a statement, Christ Hospital said that the full-service radiation oncology unit will be staffed by leading physicians and state-of-the-art technology that includes a linear accelerator and a CT Simulator.

According to the Cincinnati Business Courier, Christ Hospital will employ about 200 people at the new center. Fifty of the positions will be new, while the rest will be filled by personnel relocated from other Christ Hospital sites in the region.

Rendering: Christ Hospital