Shame that the convenience of their location to the various medical offices (notably the old Sears and Brookshires buildings) was lost, but if you notice, most of the newer medical offices are moving to the Loop/195 area. In the long run, this will probably benefit the group, but time will tell.
It is amazing that the push to depose the family/locally owned business coincides with the arrival of a new PACs system, which will allow the hospital to farm out the readings to radiologists...in say India, Ireland, or wherever. It's also a shame that the convenience of comparing films brought from outside sources will be lost, or the ability for the physician to review those outside films with a local radiologist (which was a non-charged service.)
Renovation of the former Casa Ole is on-going, and by the looks of things, should meet the May 15th deadline. All they have to do is pick a name for the building...and keep up the service that garnered their move.
Okay, I had to change the date, since the move date changed. Besides, this one is going to go gold by June, I have a feeling....and you know, that lot next-door would make a heck of an outpatient facility.
Looks like they're going to make the deadline!