WILMINGTON — HealthSource of Ohio (HSO) is planning on expanding its presence here — after it eventually tears down its current HealthSource Wilmington Family Practice facility at 140 W. Main St. as well as the house the organization owns across the current parking lot at 168 W. Main.
The expansion/development is being funded in part by a grant as part of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.
Milford-based HSO is a primary care nonprofit organization operating health centers in eight Southwest Ohio counties.
According to plans submitted to the Wilmington Planning Commission as well as a legal ad in the News Journal, HSO is proposing a new single-story, 8,400 square-foot medical office building — 120 feet wide by 70 feet long — plus a new parking lot on a total of about 0.87 acres.
The new structure will sit at the corner of West Main Street and South Spring Street, with a new asphalt parking lot at the side and rear of the new building.
During the project’s process, the existing medical office building will be demolished, as well as the house, which HSO purchased in September, according to the Clinton County Auditor’s website.
The facility will have up to five providers at full capacity with office hours of approximately 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The primary contractor for the project is Bilbrey Construction in Dayton. The architect is K4 Architecture of Cincinnati.
A timeline for the project is not known. The News Journal’s request for more information from HSO was not returned.