Now the fun begins.
Following ground-breaking ceremonies Thursday morning, construction is expected to begin later this month for Medical Office Building 2 at Lake Granbury Medical Center (LGMC).
CEO Derrick Cuenca said the new L-shaped building, to be constructed west of the front entrance, will meet current and future needs.
“We expect to move some of our specialty services – like cardiology, orthopedics and pulmonary – to the new building,” Cuenca stated. The move will bring the specialty doctors closer to the surgical facilities at the hospital.
“It will be easier for the doctors to see their patients with their new offices connected to the hospital,” he noted.
The 37,000 square foot building will provide space for both physician offices and additional hospital services.
Among those attending the program were Robert Burns, chairman of the board for LGMC, and Dr. Salim Bholoo, president of Lakeside Physicians and incoming chief of staff.
Representatives from the city, county, Ecomonic Development Corporation and the Granbury Chamber of Commerce were also included in dirt shoveling ceremony.
LGMC is an 83-bed hospital with comprehensive services including inpatient, outpatient, emergency care, an accredited sleep lab and more. The medical staff includes 116 physicians representing 24 specialties.
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