And Then There Were Three!

Lexington Medical Center’s commitment to meeting the health care needs of its community continues with the completion of Lexington Medical Park 3. Located at 155 North Hospital Drive, this five-story, 175,460-sq-ft medical office building on the hospital’s main campus opened in August. It will be the new home of Lexington Brain and Spine Institute, Lexington Women’s Care and Lexington Oncology.

Lexington Brain and Spine Institute occupies suites 100 and 200, which make up half the building’s first floor and all its second floor. The new office features digital X-ray, four procedure rooms, a physical therapy gym and private physical therapy rooms. Lexington Brain and Spine Institute moved into its new location August 15.

Lexington Medical 3 building.

“Our new office space has nearly 40,000 square feet that will allow us to provide comprehensive and multidisciplinary care from day one of a patient’s symptoms to resolution. We have physical therapy, imaging, physiatry, pain management and neurosurgical services all within one office, providing both convenience and high quality medical and surgical care. We look forward to showing our new office to our existing and future patients,” said C. Philip Toussaint, MD, FAANS, neurosurgeon at Lexington Brain and Spine Institute.

Lexington Women’s Care moves into its new office on September 18. The practice, located in Suite 300, feature four labs, four ultrasound rooms, education and Centering™ rooms, and two procedure rooms. Suite 300 occupies the entire third floor of Lexington Medical Park 3.

Lexington Medical 3 building.

Lexington Oncology plans to move to the fourth and fifth floors (suites 400 and 500) of the new medical park in March 2018. With more than 60,000 square feet, the practice will be able to expand its infusion area from 40 infusion chairs to 68 infusion chairs, add another chemotherapy hood and an additional non-chemotherapy hood to the IV pharmacy and provide oral chemotherapy and support medications to patients through an in-office retail pharmacy.

Lexington Oncology will also add a 64-slice CT scanner and a five-ring PET/CT scanner, and expand its laboratory to accommodate future equipment for hematology, chemistry and genetic tumor marker testing. 

“Lexington Oncology is the only nationally certified Quality Oncology Practice Initiative® practice and Duke Medicine affiliate in the Midlands. These expansions will allow us to provide a multitude of enhanced and new services under one roof to better meet the needs of our growing patient population,” said Jon Bridges, MHA, CMPE, practice administrator for Lexington Oncology and Lexington Radiation Oncology.

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