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.
Taking over part of an e-cigarette manufacturing facility in Chesterfield, a medical supply startup has launched a plan to make a sizable dent in the nation’s supply of medical face masks.
Radiologic Associates of Fredericksburg has put two sister practices into the newly renovated Brookfield Commons building, owned by local developer Stanley Shield.
The Richmond-based nonprofit announced it will permanently shut down a satellite facility in Fredericksburg due to the financial effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
The 200,000-square-foot, 114-bed facility is nearing completion in West Creek.
The hospital chain has pumped the brakes on plans for a 24-hour, 11,000-square-foot facility on about 3 acres at the intersection of Nuckols Road and Hickory Park Drive near Innsbrook.