Clinic to Break Ground in Jenks

Officials will break ground this week on Utica Park Clinic-Jenks, the first occupant of the Village on Main.
The new 22,000-SF building will replace the current 3,400-SF facility, which has been in Jenks since 1998.
The new clinic will offer amenities such as increased and more convenient parking; an expanded, upscale clinical setting that doesn’t resemble a medical office building; a children’s play area; x-ray, laboratory, dexascan and mammography services; and six physician offices initially with room to expand to 12 offices on the second floor.
The ground breaking ceremony, scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 6, at 11:30 a.m. at 607 E. Main St., Jenks, will be hosted by County Commissioner Karen Keith. Utica Park Clinic CEO Dan Ramsey and Jenks Mayor Vic Vreeland are also scheduled to speak.
The Village on Main is a $60 million, 420,000-SF retail, office, residential and hotel development project set to be constructed during the next three years.

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