Norfolk, VA - September 12, 2003 -
Sentara's new Greenbrier Medical Office Building, a two-story, 40,000-square-foot building to be located at 713 Volvo Parkway, will bring Chesapeake residents and over 40,000 Sentara health plan members a multitude of health care services all under one roof. Patients will have access to primary care, obstetric and gynecology, physical therapy, imaging and diagnostics, and complete women's services at Sentara's Women's Health Source.
Expected to open its doors May 2004, Greenbrier Medical Office Building constitutes Phase I construction on a 14-acre comprehensive health campus planned for Chesapeake's Greenbrier commerce hub. Through a unique patient-friendly concept and enhanced digital imaging capabilities, patients will receive improved disease detection, same-day diagnostic results-evaluated by the most appropriate subspecialty physicians-and a convenient venue for community health education programs.
"We are delighted to work with city officials to bring comprehensive medical services to the heart of the Chesapeake's business district,” said Donald V. Jellig, president of Sentara Enterprises. ”Sentara is furthering its longstanding commitment to the health of the Chesapeake community by creating a convenient health care campus nearer to the places Chesapeake residents live and work," he continued. Overview of Sentara's Greenbrier Health Campus
Greenbrier Medical Office Building Groundbreaking: September 12, 2003
Phase I of Sentara's comprehensive 14-acre health campus includes construction of the two-story, 40,000 s.f. Greenbrier Medical Office Building located at 713 Volvo Parkway in Chesapeake
Opening of Greenbrier Medical Office Building: May 2004
Comprehensive medical services offered at opening: obstetrics and gynecology, primary care, physical therapy, imaging and diagnostics, and an array of women's services at Sentara Women's Health Source
Estimated Construction Costs: $5.5 million