The permanent facility will have up to 80,000 square feet of medical office space to accommodate displaced physicians, other physicians and specialists and additional outpatient and ancillary services.
Community education meeting space will accommodate 50 to 100 people for medical education, health screenings and meetings.
Meanwhile, Moore’s 11,000-square-foot temporary ED will serve the community’s most in-demand need.
Splitt said a freestanding physical medicine facility could be next, which would include occupational medicine and speech therapy. If approved, that temporary facility could open in March.
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