Cincinnati Children's plans to construct a new medical building in Eastgate, featuring an outpatient surgery center, specialty clinics, and an urgent care unit.
The outpatient surgery center will be a first-of-its-kind offering on the East Side for Cincinnati Children's and will have four operating rooms.
Cincinnati Children's Eastgate, the two-story medical building, will cover an area of nearly 110,000 square feet and is expected to employ approximately 200 professionals, including physicians, registered nurses, therapists, mental and behavioral health specialists, medical assistants, and support staff.
The primary goal of this project is to provide families in Clermont County and neighboring counties along the Ohio 32 corridor with improved access to high-quality medical services closer to home.
Cincinnati Children's Eastgate will house dedicated spaces for various outpatient medical and surgical specialty clinics, occupational and physical therapy, sports physical therapy, speech therapy, audiology services, ophthalmology, as well as partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs for mental health.
The facility will also include an on-site laboratory for faster test results, a pharmacy, and X-ray and MRI services.
By consolidating services from existing medical offices in the area, Cincinnati Children's Eastgate aims to enhance the availability of specialized medical services in the region.
The location of the new facility will be adjacent to TQL's headquarters in Ivy Pointe Commerce Park, offering visibility from Interstate 275 near the intersection with Ohio 32.
Cincinnati Children's Eastgate plans to start serving patients in the summer of 2025.
Name: Cincinnati Children's