Source, Philadelphia Business Journal, John George
IMC Construction is breaking ground Thursday for the $32 million women’s health center being built in King of Prussia through a partnership of Main Line Health and Axia Women’s health.
The 94,000-square-foot health center – which will be seven stories including a four-story parking garage – will be part of the Town Center complex at the Village at Valley Forge.
The health center is scheduled to open in November 2019.
“This facility will address the preventive, diagnostic and treatment needs of women in the community,” said Art Brinkworth, health care project director for IMC Construction.
Services provided at the new center will include primary care, heart health, obstetrics and gynecology, breast health, skin care and emotional wellness. An ambulatory care center within the facility will offer services to men and women, including cardiology and cardiac testing, endocrinology, neurology, orthopedics, imaging, physical therapy and lab services. The center will also feature a café and secure child care area for parents using the facility.
Main Line Health’s partner on the project, Axia, has corporate office in Oaks, Montgomery County; and Voorhees, N.J.
One the largest women’s health practice groups in the country, the medical group is comprised of more than 275 providers at more than 100 patient care centers across New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Malvern-based IMC is serving as the construction manager for the health center. Anchor Health Properties of Wilmington, Del., will serve as the development manager. Philadelphia-based Nelson is the project’s architect.