FISHERS, IN – Central Indiana Orthopedics, City of Fishers’ officials, and Envoy, Inc. celebrated the ground breaking of a new Hamilton County medical office facility today. The development is the first to start construction in MedTech Park located near 136th Street and I-69 in Fishers.

“The new medical center and MedTech Park will allow our doctors and staff to continue offering advanced training and specialized care to our patients, and encourage additional investment in the area,” said Dr. Nimu Surtani, President of Central Indiana Orthopedics. “The MedTech Park vision is to attract a critical mass of innovative medical service providers and ultimately be a regional destination for those in need of expert care.”

The new, state-of-the-art facility will expand Central Indiana Orthopedics’ services in Hamilton County and will include a clinic, surgery center, imaging, and physical therapy--among other services. The medical-office building will house Central Indiana Orthopedics’ Fishers-based operations, currently located in St. Vincent’s Hospital.

“Central Indiana Orthopedics’ concept for an emerging medical services and technology corridor embodies the innovation-driven vision that has become synonymous with Fishers,” said City of Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness. “MedTech Park will be an economic driver, as well as a resource for health care for the entire region.”

First announced in 2016, the new Central Indiana Orthopedics’ building is the catalyst for the MedTech Park Development. The company purchased 37 acres of shovel-ready land to develop a technology-focused medical campus. Plans for the park include additional medical office developments and quality-of-work amenities to attract talented medical professionals to the community.

Central Indiana Orthopedics selected Indianapolis-based, Envoy, Inc. as construction manager and development partner for MedTech Park. Envoy will work closely with Central Indiana Orthopedics and the City of Fishers to ensure the development of the land and the built environment successfully meet the overall vision for MedTech Park.

“Envoy’s development acumen, coupled with our extensive construction management portfolio was a natural fit for MedTech Park and we are proud partners of Central Indiana Orthopedics,” said Scott Baldwin, President at Envoy, Inc. “Today’s groundbreaking is an exciting milestone in this innovative private-public partnership.”

With construction now underway, Central Indiana Orthopedics’ facility is expected to be complete late 2019. Project announcements are expected in the coming months as additional parcels in the 37-acre MedTech Park welcome development.

“MedTech Park is an immediate opportunity for other medical providers to bring state-of-the-art services to an area of Hamilton County that is seeing significant growth,” said Baldwin of Envoy. “Central Indiana Orthopedics is leading the charge on this emerging medical and technology corridor.”


Comment