This brand new 7,104 square foot building is a very attractive brick structure which was completed in December 2016. The parking lot has spaces for 32 vehicles including 4 spots for the physically challenged. The facility is strategically positioned in a beautiful, growing, mixed used development off interstate 275, which is a major thoroughfare around the city of Cincinnati. The interior is designed to be low-maintenance and boasts state-of-the-art equipment and amenities. Fresenius Medical Care North America has committed to a long-term lease with an initial period of 12-years and three 5-year renewal options to follow.
Milford is a beautiful suburb of the thriving city of Cincinnati, Ohio. The Cincinnati Metropolitan Area is home to more than 2-million residents and its economy is the fastest growing of any midwestern state with an annual output in excess of $120 billion. The region boasts a bustling business culture and is home to ten Fortune 500 companies including Procter & Gamble, GE Aviation, and Macy’s, as well as corporate leaders in the areas of aerospace, chemistry, plastics, financial services, consumer products and creative services. Educational opportunities abound at the University of Cincinnati, Ohio’s leading research institution and Cincinnati Children’s Medical Center, The Christ Hospital and University Hospital are consistently ranked among the leading medical facilities in the country. Based on several factors, including above average median income, low cost of living and affordable housing, Forbes lists Cincinnati as one of its top-10 “Best Cities for Raising a Family” and U.S.A. Today and U.S. News rank it among the best places to live. The city is also home to Major League Baseball’s Cincinnati Reds and the Bengals of the National Football League.
Included in the floor plan are the following; a large patient treatment area, reception area and business office with adjoining records room, waiting room, conference room, break room with full kitchen, private restrooms, exam room, large storage area, water treatment equipment room, classroom-style corporate training center and private offices for the on-site social worker and dietitian. In addition to the dialysis-related medical equipment, each of the treatment stations has its own large, flat screen monitor that can be used to watch television or movies or access the Internet while the patient is treated. The layout of the building makes for very efficient use of the space. The interior and exterior are very clean and well-maintained and provide a comfortable and inviting environment for staff and patients alike.
Although this a brand-new clinic, Fresenius has already established the tremendous demand that exists in the community and have many regular patients ready to start receiving treatments three times per week. Initially they will operate shifts on Monday, Wednesday and Friday with plans to add shifts on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday in the near future as the patient base grows.
In summary, because this is a brand new medical facility providing a vital life-sustaining service to a population with an ever-increasing need, Fresenius plans to be in this clinic serving the people of this community for a very long time into the future.