WINCHESTER, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — Richmond-based Reid Health has broken ground on a new facility to expand its presence in Winchester. The health system says it is investing nearly $8 million to build the new Reid Health Primary & Specialty Care building in the Randolph County city.
The more than 17,000-square-foot building will house the primary care practices of Daniel Wegg and space for specialties in Orthopedics, Ear, Nose and Throat, Audiology, Cardiology and more.
“Having those kinds of resources within our grasp within our own building will be just amazing for our patients,” Dr. Wegg said. “Our other facilities in Randolph County are dated, so they don’t necessarily satisfy all the modern medical needs that we have.”
Reid Health says the four-acre project is expected to take about a year to finish and adds that there are currently no new plans for future use of the Randolph Medical Center Building once the new facility is operational.