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12/14/23 news article

Dayton Children’s expands services in Centerville-Washington Township, Springboro

New facilities will offer care close to home for thousands of local families

Dayton Children’s is expanding services in Centerville-Washington Township and Springboro to continue to offer care close to home for patients and families. The hospital will begin construction on two new facilities in early 2024 expanding access to developmental rehab, speech therapy and behavioral health, among other services.

The projects include:

Dayton Children’s Centerville-Washington Township outpatient care center

  • Address: 5501 Far Hills Avenue, Dayton, Ohio
  • Square Footage: 26,000 SF
  • Cost estimate: $11.8M
  • Timing: Opening spring 2025
  • Services offered at this location include:
    • Developmental rehab and speech therapy
    • Imaging and lab
    • Pediatric primary care office
  • Architect: Champlin Architects
  • Contractor: Synergy Building Systems

“Many of our patient families require weekly appointments with developmental rehab and therapy teams,” said Debbie Feldman, president and CEO of Dayton Children’s. “This new location adds greater and more convenient access for families in Centerville, Washington Township and Kettering, adding to the five outpatient care centers we have in Troy, Huber Heights, Dayton, Beavercreek and Springboro.”

Once this facility is open, imaging services at Dayton Children’s Kettering location will be moved to Centerville-Washington Township.

Dayton Children's south campus behavioral health expansion

Dayton Children’s south campus behavioral health

  • Address: 3300 West Tech Road, Miamisburg, Ohio
  • Square footage: 40,000 SF
  • Cost: $12M
  • Timing: Opening fall 2024
  • Services offered at this location:
    • Outpatient therapy
    • Psychology /psychiatry
    • Intensive outpatient/partial hospitalization program (day treatment)
  • Architect: Champlin Architects
  • Contractor: Synergy Building Systems

This location will allow the current behavioral health services offered in Springboro on Remick Boulevard to relocate and expand. It is the latest endeavor in serving this crucial need of the community’s children. The Dayton Children’s Beavercreek location expanded to add behavioral health services this fall and a new behavioral health building is under construction at the Dayton main campus, scheduled to open in spring 2025.

“Behavioral health is the crisis of this generation and we are doing everything we can to meet that need,” said Feldman. “This is another area in which families need services on a weekly or daily basis so having locations close to home can help make the process easier and more convenient.”

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