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PRMC to Break Ground on Ocean Pines Health Pavilion This Month

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OCEAN PINES, Md. - Peninsula Regional Medical Center (PRMC), in collaboration with a leading Delmarva development firm will break ground on a medical complex next to the Ocean Pines North Gate this month.

A ceremony will be held September 25, when construction of the 20,000-square-foot Delmarva Health Pavilion Ocean Pines on Racetrack Road begins.

PRMC will consolidate its Ocean Pines and Berlin Family Practices at the new complex, bringing along the laboratory services currently available at the existing Berlin location.

Peninsula Regional will also provide cardiovascular and pulmonary rehabilitation from its Guerrieri Heart & Vascular Institute team, home health services through Peninsula Home Care, and a full service community pharmacy to be called Peninsula Home Scripts Ocean Pines.

“This is a continuation of Peninsula Regional's commitment to population health management and to offer services for the entire Delmarva Peninsula in the locations that provide our communities exceptional healthcare options that are close to their homes, the greatest value for that care and the delivery of those services in the most appropriate setting,” said Christopher C. Hall, PRMC's vice president for strategy and business development and ambulatory services.

The conceptual design of the new complex is intended to complement the Gillis Gilkerson/PRMC Delmarva Health Pavilion collaboration in Millsboro, Del. PRMC officials say it will offer Worcester County residents a similar one-stop location for a majority of their healthcare needs.

“We continue to refine our focus more in local neighborhoods where we can best and most conveniently provide these types of healthcare services that help people to become healthy, discover how to stay healthy and live well,” Hall added. “You can expect to see PRMC working with contractors to develop similar health pavilions and medical complexes in growing population areas across Delmarva and also in underserved communities where healthcare services are needed.”

Peninsula Regional expects to have its new facility open by spring of next year.
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