Healthcare real estate firm Oman-Gibson Associates (OGA) has begun construction on Vanderbilt Imaging Services’ new imaging clinic in Nashville, Tennessee.

Spanning 6,000ft², the facility in the Bellevue neighbourhood will offer specialty medical imaging services, including MRI, CT, ultrasound, fluoroscopy, digital X-ray, and mammography services.

The Nashville facility is expected to be completed in late 2024 or early 2025, following which Vanderbilt will move its Belle Meade Imaging centre to the new site.

OGA CEO Bond Oman said: “Today’s ground-breaking marks another important milestone in our relationship with Vanderbilt Health, and it is a privilege to help their vision come to life.

“The new imaging facility represents our commitment to providing cutting-edge medical spaces that cater to the evolving needs of health care providers and patients alike, and we look forward to delivering another exceptional project.”

Thomas Constructors is the general contractor for the project, with HMK Architect serving as the architectural firm and Fulmer Lucas Engineering as the civil engineer.

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Vanderbilt Health Services SVP Laura Beth Brown said: “This latest collaboration with OGA reflects our shared commitment to innovation and enhanced patient experiences.

“The new Bellevue location will offer advanced specialty imaging technologies and further the health and well-being of west Nashville residents.”

OGA has previously executed several projects for Vanderbilt, including an adaptive reuse project for an end-stage renal dialysis treatment facility.