The 36,000-square-foot facility planned for Route 30 in Sadsbury Township would be LGH’s second in the county, spokeswoman Frieda Schmidt said. It would include physician offices, diagnostic services and urgent care, she said.
In spring 2010, LGH opened a Lancaster General Health Express clinic at a Walmart Supercenter in West Sadsbury Township, Chester County. It is smaller than the planned clinic would be and does not offer urgent care. Three Express clinics operate in Lancaster County as well.
LGH is working to get final approvals from local government officials for the new center, Schmidt said. A construction start date has not been set.
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