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Cincinnati Children’s to build primary care site in northern Kentucky

This rendering of union promenade, a mixed-use development in union, boone county, was provided to the enquirer in 2021. Cincinnati children's announced that it will have a primary pediatric care building at its northern kentucky site with additional services for children. The hospital system expects to start seeing children in 2024.

Northern Kentucky parents will have new access for their children to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center primary pediatric care in about two years at the Union Promenade Development in Boone County.

Cincinnati Children’s announced Monday morning a multimillion-dollar building in the union of Boone County that will also include an integrative behavioral health counselor and a lab to speed test results. The medical center will also use the new space to improve access to specialized care, which will include building space designed to accommodate a variety of clinics.

“We are making this investment so that children in northern Kentucky can access world-class healthcare closer to their homes,” said Cincinnati Children’s President and CEO Dr. Steve Davis in a news release. “While the focus will be on primary care, we will also offer a variety of subspecialty care options.”

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