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About Greenfield Area Medical Center.
GAMC has a 90-year history of serving a farming community some 30 miles south of Columbus, Ohio. When the Adena Health System bought the facility, their promise was to provide quality care to the farming residents of Highland and Fayette counties. That promise included greater access to the latest equipment and technology, as well as to highly trained physicians.
To attract highly trained and enthusiastic doctors to the rural setting, Adena felt they had to compliment the hospital facility with a modern doctor’s clinic that could be modified over time to suit changing practices and community needs. They also wanted a facility that would aesthetically compliment their existing facility and be available very quickly.
Time was the critical factor. Within four months of the first discussion, doctors were operating inside a new facility. Not only was the clinic designed to facilitate modern medical practices and expectations, but its exterior also matched the existing hospital. The stucco walls and ribbon of windows gave the building the type of contemporary look needed to attracted skilled, young professionals to a rural setting. There were a couple of bonuses: an existing partial foundation was expanded to give the clinic almost 100 percent more space, and the project came in under budget.