Premier Health debuts medical office building today in Monroe


Premier Health is set today to show off its $4.5 million medical office building in Monroe, which will house primary and specialty care physicians.

The 19,300-square-foot medical office building at 35 Overbrook Blvd. will have space for eight primary care providers and will offer specialty services in orthopedics, and possibly in cardiology, endocrinology, rheumatology or women’s health.

A community open-house featuring tours and an opportunity to meet providers is set for 4 to 7 p.m. and will offer free food, free first aid kits and a balloon artist for kids. That event will be preceded by a 2 p.m. ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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Relocating to the site in Monroe Medical Center, a practice that includes Doctors Dyrk Van Valkenburg, Maurice Swanson, Joe Burghard, Christopher Eppley and nurse practitioner Tricia Neu. New patients are being accepted at 513-539-7356.

Also at the new Monroe site, Premier Orthopedics will open a satellite location, one that will include Dr. Richard Davis II, who is fellowship trained in hip and knee replacements. Premier Orthopedics operates 13 locations around Southwest Ohio with 26 physicians serving patients in comprehensive sports medicine and orthopedic care. Premier Orthopedics is accepting new patients at 513-424-7711.

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