New Nashville Medical Building Breaks Ground in Brown County, Indiana Thursday

Photo courtesy of IU Health

Written from a press release

Nashville, Indiana – September 14, 2023

In a ceremony on Wednesday, September 13, Indiana University Health, the Brown County Community YMCA, community members, and elected officials joined to mark the beginning of construction for a medical office building. This facility is being constructed at the intersection of State Road 46E and Maple Leaf Boulevard in Nashville, IN.

IU Health System Regional Operations Senior Vice President Brian Shockney spoke about the project’s significance: “Today, we’re celebrating a new, specially designed healthcare facility that will serve Nashville and the surrounding areas for years to come. Our primary care office has been in Brown County for over 20 years, and this facility ensures that quality care will be provided for another 20 years.”

Brown County Community YMCA CEO Kim Robinson said: “The YMCA is proud to partner with our local leaders and IU Health to help improve the health of our communities. Thank you to everyone who came to celebrate with us and to everyone who is making this center of care possible.”

Brown County Board of Commissioners President Jerry Pittman said, “What a wonderful asset the new medical facility will be to the people of Brown County.”

Shockney acknowledged the role of the IU Health Foundation and a gift from Burt Borgelt, given in honor of his wife, Sue Borgelt, for whom the health center will be named.

The new facility will house IU Health primary care, walk-in, and orthopedics services, with provisions for additional specialty services in the future.

The project is scheduled to start in mid-October, with an anticipated completion date of around July 2024.

Photo courtesy of IU Health

Rate this post

Click on a star to rate it!

Average rating 4.5 / 5. Vote count: 2

No votes so far! Be the first to rate this post.

Liked it? Take a second to support The Bloomingtonian on Patreon!
Become a patron at Patreon!