September 21, 2017
Bowling Green, Kentucky — TriStar Greenview Regional Hospital, along with Graves Gilbert Clinic and physician partners, held a ceremonial groundbreaking event yesterday for the new TriStar Greenview Surgery Center. Hundreds came out to celebrate, including staff and physicians from TriStar Greenview, Graves Gilbert Clinic, TriStar Health leadership, city and state officials and many community supporters. The TriStar Greenview Surgery Center will the first of its kind in Warren County.
The $14 million dollar project will bring new options for residents of Southern Kentucky. The 14,000 square-foot facility will open in summer 2018 with three state-of-the-art surgical suites and one procedure suite. Once open, TriStar Greenview Surgery Center will perform a variety of procedures ranging for general surgery, gynecology, orthopedic, and urology.
“TriStar Greenview is committed to providing the highest-quality health care to residents of Warren County and the Greater Bowling Green area,” said Mike Sherrod, chief executive officer of TriStar Greenview. “The high caliber of physicians we have practicing at our hospital cannot be understated. We are proud to collaborate with them to serve patients across Southern Kentucky.”
“We are so proud to partner with the finest physicians in the region to see this day come true,” said TriStar Health’s president and chief executive officer, Heather Rohan. Mrs. Rohan shared, “I am dedicated to help the hospital do whatever is necessary to ensure patients are receiving the very best care here.”
The new ambulatory surgery center will fill a gap in the region by providing patients greater access to care, lower out-of-pocket costs and reduced surgical and recovery times.