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Open House Oct. 18 for C.L. Gritman Medical Office Building

Open House Oct. 18 for C.L. Gritman Medical Office Building

MOSCOW ― The public is invited to an open house Wednesday, Oct. 18, for the newly completed C.L. Gritman Medical Office Building, including new and expanded services now operating from the downtown Moscow building.

Construction is now complete on the building at 803 S. Main St., a patient care expansion that includes updated and state-of-the art homes for Palouse Neurology and Gritman’s Interventional Pain Clinic. It also doubles the space for use by both Palouse Oncology and Gritman Infusion Services.

The Wednesday open house is set for 5:30-7 p.m. throughout the three-story building. Medical staff from Gritman, as well as the new and expanded clinic locations, will be on hand during the event. Refreshments will be provided.

These expanded services join existing Gritman Medical Center departments as well as tenants including CHAS Latah Community Health and the University of Idaho WWAMI Medical Education Program in the building.

Portions of the C.L. Gritman Medical Office Building were intentionally left unfinished when it opened in 2017. In addition to combining complementary services, the buildout will leave additional space available as the hospital recruits more specialty medical providers to the Palouse community.

The project was funded entirely by Gritman and our generous philanthropic partners so we can further meet the health care needs of our community. The Palouse Neurology space has been named the Beatriz and Ed Schweitzer Neurology Clinic in honor of the Schweitzers’ groundbreaking leadership gift of $750,000 toward construction of that space on the building’s first floor.

Both Palouse Oncology and Palouse Neurology are part of Palouse Specialty Physicians, a regional health care partnership of Gritman Medical Center, Pullman Regional Hospital and Whitman Hospital and Medical Clinics in Colfax.

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