Blue skies and sunshine created a great backdrop to celebrate the groundbreaking for a new primary care center on the UVM Health Network – Elizabethtown Community Hospital’s Ticonderoga Campus. Upon completion, the addition will be home to Hudson Headwaters Health Network’s Ticonderoga Health Center. The project includes a one-story, 6,800-square-foot addition to an existing medical office building and 9,300 square feet of interior renovations. In total, the new primary care center will comprise of 10,400 square feet and will offer a patient-centered design, 14 exam rooms and consultation rooms for behavioral health and telemedicine.
The PC Construction team joined John Brumsted, MD, CEO of UVM Health Network; John Remillard, president of UVM Health Network – Elizabethtown Community Hospital; Tucker Slingerland, MD, CEO of Hudson Headwaters Health Network; many representatives from the UVM Health Network and Hudson Headwaters Health Network, government officials and the community to mark the official start of construction. Together, they stressed the importance of creating this medical village as part of a larger network to ensure the health and wellness of the community.
This is PC Construction’s second project for Hudson Headwaters Health Network and fourth for the UVM Health Network – Elizabethtown Community Hospital. Construction will begin next week. Stay tuned for updates as the project progresses!