The new Wright State Physicians (WSP) medical office building recently constructed on the Wright State campus has opened ahead of schedule, with the first tenants moving in in June. The facility will provide much-needed medical care for the residents of Clark, Montgomery, and Greene Counties.
WSP corporate offices were the first to occupy the facility, with clinical practices of the Departments of Dermatology, Family Medicine, Geriatrics, and Orthopedic Surgery following. Other early tenants include the Wright Health Pharmacy and CompuNet Clinical Laboratories. An MRI facility operated by Miami Valley Hospital will open in the fall.
The new facility will help further WSP’s mission to retain outstanding medical faculty and staff in support of the clinical, research, and community service activities of the university’s medical school. The Boonshoft School of Medicine and Wright State Physicians are partners in providing training to medical students and delivering health care to the region.
Photo: The 66,000-square-foot, three-story building on the northeast side of the Wright State University campus will offer a wide array of physician care, including a new sports medicine practice, as well as the existing practices in orthopedics, family medicine, geriatrics, and dermatology.