Ground broken in Daleville for new L-G medical, imaging facility
Botetourt County, Virginia DALEVILLE – A ceremonial groundbreaking for the new Lewis-Gale Imaging Center took place Tuesday at Daleville Town Center off US 220. More than 60 dignitaries, Botetourt County officials and business people turned out for the construction launch.
Lewis-Gale is constructing a $5 million facility that will house CT, ultrasound and general radiology (x-rays) along with a primary care and specialty physician practice.
The new building will compliment the Daleville Town Center and its classic and traditional structures, according to Victor E. Giovanetti, President of HCA Southwest Virginia. Construction, which has been delayed by weather, should begin this spring and the building should be occupied in 2011.
The building will serve as an anchor for the Daleville Town Center, Karen Waldron with Fralin and Waldron said. It will be the first imaging center in Botetourt County.