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Community Health Network planning to build its first hospital in Hamilton County

Community Health Network is planning to establish itself in the fastest growing county in Indiana.

INDY_Community Health Network Westfield rendering_JUNE2024

Community Health Network would be catching up with other major hospital systems that have set up facilities in the county in recent years.

Rendering by Guidon Design

Yesterday, Community Health Network announced that it plans to build a $335 million hospital in Westfield — making it the local health care system’s first hospital in Hamilton County.

The project will be located on the site of a former business park near 196th Street and US 31 and will feature a mix of new construction and renovations.

The 425,000-sqft facility is planned to be six stories with 100 patient beds. It will include an emergency department, medical offices, and an ambulatory surgical center.

The campus will offer the following services:

  • Women’s health
  • Orthopedics
  • Primary care
  • Behavioral health
  • Support services
  • Outpatient imaging
  • Cardiovascular care
  • Labor and delivery
  • Neonatal intensive care

The health network expects to complete the medical office building in the first quarter of 2025 + the surgery center, hospital service building, and hospital tower in mid-2026.

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