Outpatient Projects: Physicians to own future MOB underway in far eastern West Virginia

Officials from WVU Medicine University Healthcare Physicians (UHP) and WVU Medicine University Healthcare gathered Jan. 18 with community representatives for a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the future site of the Spring Mills Medical Office Building. (Photo courtesy of WVU Medicine University Healthcare)

SPRING MILLS, W.Va. – Ground has been broken in Spring Mills, in the far eastern part of the state, for a future $11 million MOB that will be owned by doctors with WVU (West Virginia University) Medicine Healthcare Physicians.

The group has an affiliation with relationship with Morgantown, W. Va.-based WVU Medicine University Healthcare, which operates Berkeley Medical Center in Martinsburg, W. Va., which is about 11 miles south of Spring Mills, and Jefferson Medical Center in Ranson, W.Va., about a half hour away.

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