Groundbreaking held on 40 West


PriMed Physicians moving to development on former Morton site

Staff report



Mills Development and PriMed Physicians held a groundbreaking ceremony at 40 West on the former site of Morton Middle School on Saturday. Pictured left to right are Jerad Barnett and staff from Mills Development, Vice Mayor David Lewis, Dr. Julio Soto, Assistant City Manager Greg Shackelford, Dr. Mark Couch, Dr. Teresa Menart, Mayor Arlene Setzer, Council Member Candice Farst, and City Manager Jon Crusey.


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VANDALIA — Mills Development and PriMed Physicians Family Practice held a groundbreaking ceremony for the first building at 40 West located on the former site of Morton Middle School on Saturday. PriMed is expected to relocate from their current location at 1 E. National Road in early 2018.

“Our 40 West campus offers both professional and medical office users a wonderful opportunity to lease or own their own space right on U.S. 40, in the heart of Vandalia,” said Jerad Barnett, President and CEO of Mills Development. “We are thrilled with the level of interest in the site to date and hope to announce our second building soon. PriMed has become a great client of ours and we are very excited to have them at the site.”

According to Mark Couch, MD, and president of PriMed Physicians, PriMed is pleased to continue to provide primary care in Vandalia.

“With the recent addition of Dr. Teresa Menart to our practice, this new, expanded space will help our office grow while increasing access to primary care in the Vandalia community,” said Couch.

In addition to Dr. Couch and Dr. Menart, Dr. Julio Soto sees patients at the PriMed Vandalia office.

Mills Development and PriMed Physicians held a groundbreaking ceremony at 40 West on the former site of Morton Middle School on Saturday. Pictured left to right are Jerad Barnett and staff from Mills Development, Vice Mayor David Lewis, Dr. Julio Soto, Assistant City Manager Greg Shackelford, Dr. Mark Couch, Dr. Teresa Menart, Mayor Arlene Setzer, Council Member Candice Farst, and City Manager Jon Crusey.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/19/2017/05/web1_Primed2-1.jpgMills Development and PriMed Physicians held a groundbreaking ceremony at 40 West on the former site of Morton Middle School on Saturday. Pictured left to right are Jerad Barnett and staff from Mills Development, Vice Mayor David Lewis, Dr. Julio Soto, Assistant City Manager Greg Shackelford, Dr. Mark Couch, Dr. Teresa Menart, Mayor Arlene Setzer, Council Member Candice Farst, and City Manager Jon Crusey. City of Vandalia photo
PriMed Physicians moving to development on former Morton site

Staff report

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