Riverview Health, along with city and county officials and community representatives, held a groundbreaking March 8 for its new 105,000-square-foot outpatient care center at the northeast corner of U.S. 31 and Ind. 32.
“The groundbreaking today represents more than just a new building for Riverview Health,” Riverview Health President and CEO Pat Fox stated. “The outpatient care center will enable us to be progressive and meet the demands of the ever-changing healthcare industry that’s moving toward outpatient care and prevention – all to better serve our community. We’re thankful for Riverview Health leadership, community partners and city officials who’ve worked together to make this all possible.”
The outpatient services that will be available at the outpatient care center in Westfield include urgent care, primary and specialty physician services, laboratory services and imaging, an ambulatory surgical center, physical therapy and rehab services, occupational therapy and an outpatient pharmacy.
The materials and form of the building will be a reflection of the Riverview Health brand, with primary elements pulled from the Noblesville campus. The interior design will focus on the wellbeing of patients and their loved ones while integrating key features for staff.
In addition, the site promotes walking and bicycling to connect with the broader community, while also providing greenspace with native vegetation. The building design also allows for flexibility so the facility can adapt to population growth.