Wednesday, September 7, 2011
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Daleville, VA, August 9, 2011 – The new LewisGale Daleville Medical Pavilion is open for business providing patients in Botetourt County with a new choice for imaging services and primary care. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For more information, patients can call 540-966-6620.
“We are focused on providing convenient, high-quality care that’s closer to home for more patients,” said Mike Stoots, Director of Imaging Services. “Patients will be able to get same-day and next-day appointments.”
The primary care practice, PCA Daleville Medical Center and Urgent Care, opened in late June offering care for the entire family including lab services. With the imaging center next door, patients also have quick access to general radiology services. Clarke Andrews, M.D., is the physician on staff. Plans are already in the works to expand with additional providers and specialties. The practice is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, patients can call 540-992-5994.
“Partnering with a healthcare system like LewisGale that understands and supports independent practices has allowed us to continue to expand to meet the healthcare needs of the community,” said Dr. Edwin Polverino, President, PCA.
A ribbon cutting and open house are planned for the new medical pavilion on September 10, with the open house starting at noon. The event is in conjunction with the Wine Trail of Botetourt Summer Concert Series. The public is invited to tour the facility and meet the staff.
(note: This article is excerpted from the Lewis Gale website. For more information see www.lewisgale.com)
Friday, August 12, 2011
To get here from Interstate 81, exit 150, proceed North on 220 about 1.5 miles, turn left on 779 (Catawba Road) to 1st right on River Birch Avenue. All three homes here will be open to tour.
Please say hello to our R/MAX All Stars agents on duty, and share your feedback with them about the homes!
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Uplifted spirits gave the blustery March day a lilt during the Tuesday groundbreaking for a $5 million, nearly 20,000-square-foot building that will house the Lewis-Gale Imaging Center and physician practice at Daleville Town Center.
After years of planning and a delay caused by unusually snowy weather, construction of what will be the first and only freestanding diagnostic imaging center in Botetourt County within Southwestern Virginia’s first and only traditional neighborhood development is off to a great start. Dalevile Town Center developer Fralin & Waldron Inc. will be the general contractor in the construction of the Lewis-Gale Imaging Center building.
When completed in May 2011, the 3,100-square-foot imaging center will offer state-of-the-art general radiology services (X-rays), ultrasound and CT services in a spa-like environment. The facility also will include 5,000 square feet for physician office space. The remainder of the building will be available to businesses that complement the values of the new Daleville Town Center community and its health care offerings.
Yesterday’s ceremonies included remarks by Victor E. Giovanetti, HCA Southwest Virginia president, and Karen Waldron, Fralin & Waldron president and chief executive officer. Both espoused the shared vision and partnership for an imaging center that will improve access to quality health care for residents of Daleville Town Center and to Botetourt County at large.
Stephen P. Clinton, vice chairman of the Botetourt County Board of Supervisors, praised Fralin & Waldron’s vision for a traditional neighborhood development. He called it “an innovative and thoughtful approach to mixed-used development” that is reminiscent of the self-contained neighborhood villages of the past.
“F&W’s vision here at Daleville Town Center was to create an aesthetically pleasing, environmentally sensitive and functionally efficient development (designed to satisfy) the full range of needs for living in the 21st century. One of those needs, an essential one, is health care,” said Mr. Clinton.
Nearly 100 groundbreaking well wishers included members of the Botetourt business community, county officials, civic leaders and residents. They also applauded Williams Lighting Gallery, which joined Fralin & Waldron corporate offices at the first Daleville Town Center commercial building, opening a showroom there.
Gerri Hill, a resident of Cypress Court about 5 miles from Daleville Town Center, was among the attendees. The retired Tazewell, Va., schoolteacher moved to the area six years ago to live closer to her two sisters, all of whom have an increasing need for medical care. Ms. Hill said she expects their internal practice physician, Dr. Steven Ridout of Bonsack Family Care, to make use of the imaging center. And she told this roving reporter that the proximity of the new imaging center will be a great savings of time and money for her.
After a gourmet lunch by the Fincastle Schaal’s Catering in Fralin & Waldron's new corporate offices, guests wished the Lewis-Gale Imaging Center and Daleville Town Center the best of luck!
Pictured above after the ceremonial groundbreaking are (from left) Linda Doolittle, President, Botetourt County Chamber of Commerce; Dan Naff, Executive Director, Botetourt County Chamber of Commerce; Karen Waldron, President and Chief Executive Officer, Fralin & Waldron Inc.; Stephen P. Clinton, Vice Chairman, Botetourt County Board of Supervisors; Andy Kelderhouse, President, Fralin & Waldron; Charlotte Tyson, Chief Operating Officer, Lewis-Gale Medical Center; Victor E. Giovanetti, President, HCA Southwest Virginia; and Jerry Burgess, Chairman, Botetourt County Board of Supervisors. Thank you!