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Avondale Health Clinic Tenant Build Out

Project Description

One of the revitalization projects in the heart of the Avondale Neighborhood is the renewal of the old Avondale Towne Center (now named the New Avondale Center). This development consists of two new-builds and one renovated building. The two new-builds, named the South Building and North Buildings, are three and four-story buildings, respectively. These are market rate and subsidized residential apartments with first floor retail spaces. The renovated building, called the West Building, will contain retail spaces only. UC Health determined that the New Avondale Center North Building was a desirable location to partner with the Cincinnati Health Department to continue their mission to reach the underserved population.

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Design Features

The goal was to provide a Health Clinic in the Avondale Neighborhood that would serve local neighborhoods and the city of Cincinnati. There was importance in creating a new location for the Cincinnati Health Department services and staff while providing UC Health with a Neighborhood Medical Clinic. The services provided include: internal medicine, prenatal care, psychiatry, satellite pharmacy and community-based education.

The patient areas include: 12 exam rooms, 1 procedure room (this includes a portable ultrasound machine), a satellite pharmacy, a lab draw room, 2 consult rooms, a waiting room with 40 seats, a lactation room and a conference/education community room with 40 seats.
Staff Areas include: Registration, Centralized Doctors and MA Work Area, (3) Offices, Clean Utility Room, Soiled Utility, Security Station within Registration Area, Staff Breakroom, IT Room, EVS Room.