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Mon Health holds a ribbon cutting for new physicians building in Fairmont

Mon Health Primary Care, Cardiology is expanding its footprint in Marion County with a ribbon cutting of its new location in the Fairmont Technology Park.

“The residents of Marion County will now be able to get care closer to home,” said David Goldberg, president and CEO of Mon Health.

“We have decades of experience and service in the county,” he said.

And now more space. In addition to the new physicians building, Mon Health will break ground later this year on a new small-format hospital near Fresenius Kidney Care in Pleasant Valley.

The new physician’s office building will include expanded clinical office space for Mon Health Primary Care physicians, Marilyn Bonfili and Lisa Flower. Both Dr. Bonfili and Dr. Flower will vacate their existing office space on Locust Avenue and move to the larger facility when renovations are completed in 2021. They will be joined by Paul Alapatt, a longtime Mon Health cardiologist.

The new Mon Health building will also feature point of care test services with space for future expansion of services such as on-site x-ray.

“The Mon Health expansion at the I-79 Technology Park is a valuable addition to our economic diversification efforts,” said Jim Estep, president and CEO of the High Technology Foundation, in a statement. “The impact of the expansion to the Fairmont community will be very positive, but the strategic value to the I-79 Technology Park will be significant.”

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Above, Mon Health Primary Care & Specialty Service celebrate the ribbon-cutting at High Technology Park in Fairmont.