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St. Francis entering Greer health care market, anchoring new development

By Jim Fair, Editor
Published on Wednesday, August 26, 2015

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A conceptual design shows where Bon Secours St. Francis Health System will anchor an ambulatory care center. The 70-acre tract of land will feature a multifamily development, office/professional uses, and restaurants.
 
 
 

A conceptual design shows where Bon Secours St. Francis Health System will anchor an ambulatory care center. The 70-acre tract of land will feature a multifamily development, office/professional uses, and restaurants.

 

 

 

Bon Secours St. Francis Health System is entering the Greer health care market with an ambulatory care center that will anchor a new development on a 70-acre tract of land.

The development, at I-85, Garlington Road and Pelham Road, will feature a multifamily development, office/professional uses, and restaurants, according to an announcement by Central Realty Holdings, a real estate investment company.

The ambulatory care center will house primary care and specialty services with convenience care capabilities.

“Following securing all of the necessary regulatory approvals, we anticipate construction will take 12 to 18 months,” stated Dr. Anselmo (“Mo”) Nuñez, Chief Executive Officer/Bon Secours Medical Group, in the announcement.

“Bon Secours St. Francis Health System is known for delivering a high level of compassionate care and this new ambulatory care center will allow patients convenient access to a variety of services,” stated Craig McCoy, CEO of Bon Secours St. Francis Health System.

“We saw a need for this new facility and we are glad that we can partner with (Central Realty Holdings) on this endeavor. This new ambulatory care center expands our existing heath care offerings and will allow patients who are not admitted to the hospital easy access to a wide range of services,” McCoy stated.

“Bon Secours St. Francis focuses on smart growth and this new ambulatory care center will provide an array of services in a setting that is convenient to the patient,” stated Nuñez.

“The center will offer many of the same outpatient services provided in an acute care hospital setting except the actual hospital stay.   We want to offer our patients services that are convenient and deliver medical care in a way that meets the needs of their lifestyle.”

“When we started working on this project, we knew the master plan called for a medical facility,” stated Rece Morgan, president and CEO of Central Realty Holdings. “This potential new development will bring a variety of professional and office tenants to the area and we are excited about what it has to offer the surrounding community.”

“This is an outstanding market with excellent fundamentals and this site provides a great opportunity for our entrance into the marketplace. Our goal for this project is to set a new standard for what the suburban renter desires in a community,” stated Austin Knapp, a partner with Middleburg Real Estate Partners.

 

 

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