Kettering Health Network (Kettering, Ohio) recently opened the 66,000-square-foot Kettering Health Network Middletown outpatient center in Middletown, Ohio. E4H Environments for Health (Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas) designed the $30 million, full-service emergency department, which includes 12 emergency room exam beds, 8 extended observation rooms, an outpatient lab, imaging services, and cardiac testing.

An attached medical office building includes primary care, heart and vascular care, orthopedic care, and general surgery. With growth in mind, the team created 17,000-square-feet of shell space for future growth for services such as OB-GYN, endocrinology, and behavioral health.


Project details:

Facility name: Kettering Middletown

Location: Middletown Ohio

Expected completion date: August 2018

Owner: Kettering Health Network

Total building area: 66,000 sq. ft.

Total construction cost: $30 million

Cost/sq. ft.: $400

Architecture firm: E4H Environments for Health Architecture

Interior design: E4H Environments for Health Architecture

Contracting: Danis Building

Engineering: EHM&T, Inc. (civil engineers), Shell + Meyer Associates, Inc. (structural engineers), Heapy Engineering (MEP engineers)

Landscape architects: Joe’s Landscaping