Bon Secours renovates medical office building

New pharmacy and better cancer services are among the improvements.

Richmond BizSense reports that Bon Secours has renovated the first floor of its medical office building at the Richmond Community Hospital at 1500 N. 28th St.

The hospital’s chief medical officer, Dr. Yvette Johnson-Threat, says there are several new services heretofore unavailable to the community.

From BizSense:

Johnson-Threat said the hospital didn’t have the full breadth of cancer services the community needed. It also added services to treat congestive heart failure, a common diagnosis at the hospital.

Not having a neighborhood pharmacy, she said, caused a “critical need” in the East End. “To get to CVS from this neighborhood doesn’t seem like a big chore, but it is,” she said. “You have to catch two buses to get to 25th and Main.”

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