Groundbreaking Held For New Centers For Sports Medicine And Orthopaedics On Battlefield Parkway

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Officials broke ground Thursday on Project Jump’s first tenant, the Center for Sports Medicine and Orthopaedics. Project Jump is a public private partnership between Armour Commercial Real Estate, Catoosa County Economic Development Authority, Catoosa County and the city of Ringgold.

 

The 20-acre development is located off Battlefield Parkway across from Battlefield Imaging.

 

The Center for Sports Medicine and Orthopaedics will be a state-of-the-art 17,000-square-foot building that will include modern patient rooms and offices, an extensive physical therapy department and on-site digital imaging.

The clinical area will accommodate four physicians at one time and will offer same-day appointments for all orthopaedic related injuries and needs. This is their first location in Georgia.


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