St. Luke Legacy Center opened its doors earlier this year on the ground floor of the building that once housed St. Luke Penny Savings Bank.
When prescription orders dried up, Hope Pharmacy started leaving door hangars in the neighborhood to attract new customers.
The Richmond-based chain of surgery centers opened a 5,800-square-foot facility at 1630 Wilkes Ridge Pkwy Suite 100 to provide services like X-rays, CT scans and MRIs.
Capital Area Health Network, which has seven locations in the Richmond region, purchased a three-story, 37,000-square-foot building at 101 Cowardin Ave.
“The vision was to not make it feel like a dentist office but a high-end coffee place, somewhere you want to hang out.”
A spinoff from the founders of a local urgent care chain has a new sort of patient in mind: businesses looking for coronavirus testing services to help them reopen and stay open.
It’s the first of likely more to come in other nursing homes with which AllyAlign is affiliated, in a move that keeps step with shifting consumer considerations amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“As I was growing up in the ’60s and ’70s, it was a very dynamic economy there, with tobacco, textiles and furniture. All three have gone out of existence. I want to try to find another cash crop to replace tobacco.”
The state agency, spurred by the pandemic, will wait to go forward with a 100,000-square-foot addition to its headquarters at 601 S. Belvidere St.
The project will add 44 beds to its Memorial Regional Medical Center, with construction expected to wrap up in late 2022.