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November 13, 2013 10:27 ET

OGA Completes Outpatient Projects in Three States, Breaks Ground in Three More

Healthcare Real Estate Developer Continues to Add to Its National Portfolio

NASHVILLE, TN--(Marketwired - Nov 13, 2013) - October was another busy month for OGA as it opened outpatient facilities in three states and began construction in three more. The national full service real estate services and development company received Certificates of Occupancy for new outpatient healthcare clinics in South Carolina, Georgia, and Kentucky, and broke ground on projects in Michigan, Ohio and Alabama. In all, the projects represent over 32,000 square feet of medical space.

"We're pleased to help meet the ever-growing demand for outpatient facilities nationwide," said Bond Oman, OGA's chief executive officer. "Outpatient care has become an increasingly important part of healthcare delivery, and we're proud to be able to make these opportunities available to patients across the country."

The completed facilities are located in Bluffton, South Carolina; Columbus, Georgia; and Jenkins, Kentucky. Construction has begun for projects in Anniston, Alabama; Madison, Ohio; and Roscommon, Michigan.

Completed Projects

The facility in Bluffton, a community near Hilton Head, South Carolina, is a 6,530-square-foot dialysis clinic. The ground-up project, located at Okatie Center Blvd, received its Certificate of Occupancy on October 15.

In Columbus, the new 6,138-square-foot building is located at the corner of Shelby Street and Phillips Street. The building received its Certificate of Occupancy on October 31, 2013.

The Jenkins building is a 5,524-square-foot dialysis facility that was made possible with city incentives for development infrastructure. The new building is located at Gateway Industrial Park. The building received its Certificate of Occupancy on October 29, 2013.

Groundbreakings

The Anniston facility is a 2,200-square-foot remodeling project that will operate as a home dialysis training facility. The facility will be used to train patients to perform dialysis treatments at home with specialized equipment. The building is located across from Stringfellow Memorial Hospital on Leighton Avenue.

The facility in Madison is also a dialysis clinic, a 6,350-square-foot building located at 6800 North Ridge Road in Lake County, Ohio, along Lake Erie.

With land purchased from the Village of Roscommon, the Roscommon dialysis facility is 5,980 square feet. It is located at M-18 Highway and South Line Road near downtown and across from the planned public library.

OGA develops and manages a wide range of healthcare and other commercial properties nationwide. The company's more than 600 completed projects span the country and include cancer centers, medical office buildings, urgent care facilities, orthopaedic offices, pharmaceutical compounding and infusion suites and behavioral health facilities.

About OGA
OGA is a real estate services and development company based in Nashville, Tennessee. For additional information, visit www.oman-gibson.com

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