New medical building opens in Alabama

A ribbon cutting was held earlier this month to mark the completion of the Foley (Ala.) Medical Arts building, according to a news release.

The project, developed by healthcare real estate firm Catalyst CRE, provides an additional 27,800 square feet for orthopedic, cardiac and therapeutic services.

In a news release, Catalyst CEO Chad Henderson said the new construction came as a result of the increasing patient demands of the building's two largest groups of tenants, The Orthopaedic Group and South Baldwin Regional Medical Center. The new building also houses Cardiology Associates and Encore Physical Therapy.

"The Orthopaedic Group needed more space to accommodate their growing patient load, as did all the other tenants. With this new development we are helping patients more easily get to and from their appointments and treatments," Catalyst CRE CEO Chad Henderson said in a statement. "The last thing we want is for patients to have to cross an entire campus to get to their doctor or therapy, so this new building and expanded parking helps address that need."

 

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