Carnes Crossroads will soon be home to cutting-edge new healthcare options for Berkeley County residents. Three Charleston area medical practices will be joining together to offer advanced healthcare options to rapidly growing Berkeley County. Charleston ENT & Allergy, Charleston GI and Low Country Rheumatology (all independent, physician-owned practices) are teaming up to open Windmill Station, a new development that will be part of the Carnes Crossroads master-planned community located in Summerville at the intersection of 176 and 17A.
In addition to the medical practices, Windmill Station is slated to be a mixed-used campus that will be home to retail, restaurants and professional space. This 85,000 SqFt $23-million project will be comprised of four buildings and will have walking paths and a working windmill to add to the charm. The medical practices anticipate a positive financial impact on this new community as they plan to move some existing employees to the new practice but also to add new employees to meet patient demand.
According to Ray Waldrup, CEO of Articularis Healthcare (parent company of Low Country Rheumatology): “We are extremely excited about this project. It is an honor to be associated with Charleston GI and Charleston ENT & Allergy, two premier medical groups in Charleston. We are going to be able to offer a more advanced practice setting and high standard of care to our patients in and around Summerville, Moncks Corner and Goose Creek.”
Wanda Punteney, CEO of Charleston GI states: “We are absolutely thrilled to move our internal business operations to this location, creating our ‘Command Center’ in addition to our fourth GI clinic location. We saw the need for healthcare options in this growing community, and we look forward to other medical practices joining us in this unique expansion opportunity on such a beautiful campus. Our staff and patients can’t wait!”
Craig Kilgore, CEO of Charleston ENT & Allergy, added, “We are proud to be providing high-paying and high-quality jobs for the community. It’s the fastest-growing county in the region, and we simply had to respond to this need. What’s great is how our independent groups work together, demonstrating a synergy that comes from the common goal of putting patients first.”
Windmill Station is expected to open in May of 2018. Construction of a second residential Village, St. James Park is also currently underway at Carnes Crossroads.
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