Chattanooga Imaging To Open 9,000 Square Foot Imaging Center At Cambridge Square

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Chattanooga Imaging will open a new 9,000-square-foot imaging facility at Cambridge Square later this fall, according to Cambridge Square Marketing and Leasing Director, Jim Cheney. Cambridge Square is located at the intersection of Lee Highway and Ooltewah-Georgetown Road, less than a quarter mile east of I-75’s exit 11.

 

The Cambridge Square location will be Chattanooga Imaging’s fifth in the region, offering state of the art imaging technology.

The new one-story facility is being custom designed for Chattanooga Imaging and will house technical and clerical staff along with radiologists, physicians who specialize in imaging. The new center will open later this year.

 

“As Ooltewah continues to grow, so has its need for top tier medical service providers and Chattanooga Imaging is no exception,” said Mr. Cheney. “They have an impeccable reputation in the medical community and we are thrilled that they have chosen Cambridge Square to expand their service area.”

 

He said Cambridge Square has become an important destination for medical providers in the greater Ooltewah area. Presently, healthcare tenants include Tennova, Summit Physical Therapy, Tedford Family Dentistry, Sentef Medical Centers, and IHP/Morning Pointe.

 

Chattanooga Imaging offers the latest advances in imaging technology and equipment that include 3T MRI, CT, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine, PET/CT, Interventional Procedures, Radiography and Women’s Imaging Services, to include Mammography, Breast MRI and Bone Mineral Density.

 

Sue Kilpatrick, COO for Chattanooga Imaging and Associates in Diagnostic Radiology, stated, “We are excited to be expanding our practice in Cambridge Square, and look forward to bringing these imaging services to the Ooltewah community. Cambridge Square brings the service and convenience that this community needs and offers everything in one great location.”

 

Cambridge Square office, retail and restaurant tenants include: Barn Door Boutique, Ceniza, Edward Jones, Heaven & Ale, Hudson Cook, Il Primo, Legacy Real Estate & Development, Lupi’s Pizza Pies, Mixed Up Cup, Mojo Burrito, Morning Pointe/IHP, Johnston Southern, Tennova, Sentef Medical Centers, Shane’s Rib Shack, Spalon Three, Southern Burger Co., Summit Physical Therapy, Tedford Family Dentistry, Wine Down Ooltewah, and Yoga East.

 


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