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Firm brings newcomer to OKC medical corridor

Firm plans large medical center development along Broadway Extension near Britton Road.
BY BRIANNA BAILEY Modified: November 19, 2013 at 1:00 pm •  Published: November 18, 2013

Healthcare Partners Investments LLC is building a $20-million, 80,000 square-foot medical building and has plans to build an inpatient hospital just northeast of Broadway Extension and Britton Road — an area rapidly developing into the metro's newest medical corridor.

The two-story building will house an ambulatory surgery center and imaging center for HPI, just north of McBride Orthopedic Hospital on Broadway Extension. The second floor of the building will be leased medical offices, including the Oklahoma Sports Science & Orthopedics group.

A second, $10-million phase of the project includes plans for HPI to build a new 60,000 square-foot inpatient hospital on the site with 20 to 25 hospital beds in a move that would consolidate its other hospital beds in the city, including Northwest Surgical Hospital at N May and Britton Road.

Developer Randy Hogan, whose company Stonegate Hogan is developing the HPI building, said he believes the area has the potential to become a “regional hub” for orthopedics and other health care needs.

“Overall, Broadway and Britton Road has so much growth potential,” Hogan said. “We already have some solid medical concentration in the area and HPI will only add to that.”

The HPI development is part of a master plan for the Broadway Mediplex. The roughly seven acres that HPI eventually will inhabit is in addition to another 10 acres on the site just to the east that Hogan believes could host other medical-related uses.

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