What: A Redevelopment Task Force established by the Owensboro Medical Health System Board of Directors has completed 18 months of research that includes interviews, an examination of case studies and analyses of the Parrish Campus and its buildings.
When: Wednesday, September 5th at 10:00 a.m. Announcement to be streamed live at www.omhs.org
Where: OMHS HealthPark, 1006 Ford Avenue – Media and community invited to attend
Who: Jeff Barber, President & CEO and Alan Braden, Chair – OMHS Board of Directors
More: The Parrish Campus has developed over roughly 114 years. Originally the location of the Owensboro City Hospital, OMHS Parrish Campus has grown through numerous expansions that now include roughly 1.1 million square feet of occupied space in 21 buildings. The oldest structures were constructed in 1938. The newest building, the Mitchell Memorial Cancer Center, was erected in 2005. The more than 30-acre campus contains landscaping, infrastructure and parking for 1,330 vehicles in lots and another 519 spaces in a four-story parking garage. In 2006, the OMHS Board of Directors decided that building a new hospital complex would provide the best long-term solution to serve healthcare needs for the 11-county region because the existing hospital was nearing the end of its useful life.
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