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OXFORD — Granville Health System has announced Granville Primary Care, Oxford has relocated to a newly constructed building on the campus of Granville Medical Center. Patients started to be seen in the new building Monday.
The practice relocated to 110 Professional Park Drive in Oxford. The new medical office building will house primary care and pediatric services and increases the total number of examination rooms to 27. This growth allows for primary care and pediatric providers to work collaboratively and simultaneously. The goal is to increase access to care with additional available appointment slots while also reducing wait times for care.
“I’d like to thank the GHS board of trustees, the medical staff, and the community for making this new building a reality,” said CEO John F. Snow. “The additional modern space will allow for growth in both primary care and pediatrics. This increased access to care is a community benefit that GHS is pleased to provide.”
Part of the funding for the new facility comes from the Golden LEAF Foundation’s Community-Based Grantsmaking Initiative. Granville Health System was awarded a grant of $500,000 for this project.
“We have exceptional care team at Granville Primary Care to serve the medical needs of families in Granville County and surrounding areas,” said Snow.
Granville Primary Care provides comprehensive care in the areas of family, pediatric and internal medicine. With locations in both Oxford and Butner-Creedmoor, Granville Primary Care provides a complement of services in caring for entire families, ranging from pediatric to geriatric medicine. Additionally, Occupational Medicine and ExpressCare are offered in the Butner-Creedmoor clinic.