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Groundbreaking Ceremony Marks Construction Milestone for
Iain Mackenzie Medical Plaza And New Surgery Center
Edited by Carly Zander
Mon, 01 Jun 2009, 17:48:16 EDT
YORK, Pa., June 1 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Congero Development, LLC, hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the
Iain Mackenzie Medical Plaza, a new destination health care campus in York, Penn. The 7.3 acre project will include
Brookeside Surgical Arts at York, a Medicare certified and Joint Commission accredited Ambulatory Surgery Facility (ASF).
The namesake of the project, Dr. Iain Mackenzie, was in attendance along with members of
the state Legislature, Representatives Ron Miller and Stan Saylor; York County
Commissioners Christopher Reilly and Doug Hoke; York Township Commissioner Phillip
Briddell; and from the City of York, Councilmember Genevieve Ray and Treasurer Karin
Krebs. Approximately 120 people were in attendance including physician partners from
Digestive Disease Center and Martin Foot and Ankle, government officials, project
contractors and other stakeholders, along with their families.
"This project is resulting from the vision of our amazing physician partners, the cooperation
of local government, and the support of Susquehanna Bancshares," said Bruce Wallace,
CEO of Congero Development. "Together with our partners, we are committed to realizing
your vision and bringing a new standard of surgical care to the York community."
The Iain Mackenzie Medical Plaza is intended to bring together existing and needed services in one convenient location for
residents, and is expected to create approximately 150 new, highly compensated jobs with benefits. Located at 2050 South
Queen Street at the former Blazenet site, the plaza will include three medical buildings, the first of which houses 8,100 square
feet of medical office space plus an additional 16,500 square feet for the ASF. Dr. Mackenzie founded Digestive Disease