The Ozarks Healthcare Coffee Shop, which proudly serves Starbucks Coffee, has announced its hours of operation. Starting Monday, April 4, the cafe will be open to staff, visitors and the public Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
After opening its new medical office building offering multiple specialties in one accessible location, Ozarks Healthcare moved more clinics to its new space. Since April 1, clinics for orthopedics and spine, podiatry, endocrinology, ear, nose and throat (ENT), general surgery and infectious diseases, neurology and rheumatology of Ozarks Healthcare operates out of the Ozarks Healthcare Medical Office building located at 1100 Kentucky Ave. These specialties join Ozarks Healthcare’s Heart and Lung Center and pain management clinics, as well as its imaging and laboratory services, in the new medical office building.
“We are thrilled to have these clinics moving to our medical office building,” said Tom Keller, President and CEO of Ozarks Healthcare. “A transition of this magnitude requires movement in stages, and our staff have worked hard to ensure clarity and convenience for our patients throughout this process. Many of our patients will now be able to travel to one location for almost all of their medical appointments. We hope this new level of convenience and closeness for our patients will benefit our community. »
Ozarks Healthcare Urology will transition and open in the Medical Office Building on May 1.
Located adjacent to the Shaw Medical Building and the Ozarks Healthcare Hospital, the Ozarks Healthcare Medical Office Building houses three floors and 100,000 new square feet of specialty clinics and ancillary services, a new restaurant, cafe, gift shop, chapel, pharmacy, etc.
The Ozarks Healthcare Coffee Shop, which proudly serves Starbucks Coffee, has announced its hours of operation. Starting Monday, April 4, the café will be open to staff, visitors and the public Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. The cafe serves a full line of Starbucks beverages, from teas to lattes.
Grill 59, Ozarks Healthcare’s new dining facility inside the Medical Office Building, is also open to staff, visitors and the public. Currently, breakfast is served from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. and lunch is served from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., daily. Take-out options are also available.
Services opening later this spring include the pharmacy and gift shop.
“We know our community is looking forward to the opening of our pharmacy and gift shop,” said Josh Reeves, vice president of development. “Final logistics are being planned while the final parts of construction are complete, and we hope to be able to announce hours of operation through our social media and website later this spring.”
For more information and answers to questions regarding Ozarks Healthcare’s new medical office building, please visit www.OzarksHealthcare.com.
Patients and visitors are advised to be aware of ongoing road construction near the medical office building by the City of West Plains and Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) near Kentucky Ave. City and MoDOT officials say the construction will redirect traffic near Ozarks Healthcare’s main campus for about 60 days. You can find an updated map and building information on the Ozarks Healthcare website mentioned above. Ozarks Healthcare reminds patients and visitors of its shuttle service from parking lots. Shuttles are available from the car parks to the entrances. Patients and visitors can call a shuttle once they are in a parking lot at 417-293-4731.