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Construction and Design Information


In 1995, NBBJ architects of Columbus, Ohio were selected to assist in the development and design of Upper Valley Medical Center’s physical facility.


Turner Construction Company, based in Columbus, Ohio, was selected to manage the construction process. Ground was broken on May 23, 1996. Construction was completed in the summer of 1998, with the official opening on July 1, 1998.

Building Planning Concepts

For the new hospital campus, a Project Steering Committee utilized advanced hospital staffing/planning and design technology, supplemented by hours of input from nursing, support staff, and medical staff members. It is estimated that over 500 people contributed to this project. While the concepts which have been incorporated are state-of-the-art, they are based on basic and efficient methodology.

The Site

The UVMC Main Campus encompasses over 100 acres of land and is easily accessible from Interstate 75. In addition to the Upper Valley Medical Center, the large campus is home to the UVMC Dialysis Center, Behavioral Medicine Center, and various support buildings. The grounds of the campus include acres of green space, beautiful wooded areas, landscaping, and a large pond.

Upper Valley Medical Center is located along Interstate 75, approximately 15 miles north of Interstate 70. To access from I-75, take exit 78. At the end of the exit ramp, turn right onto County Rd. 25-A. The UVMC Main Campus is approximately one mile on the right.

Mailing Address

Upper Valley Medical Center
3130 N. County Rd. 25A
Troy, OH 45373
Main Phone Number: (937) 440-4000(937) 440-4000
Text telephone (TTY) users dial: (937) 440-7795(937) 440-7795

Vital Statistics

  • 222,000 sq. ft. in size
  • Beds: Acute care - 139, Long-term care - 249
  • Behavioral medicine: 50
  • Newborn bassinets: 31
  • Separate entrances for main lobby, emergency/walk-in, emergency/ambulance, maternity, and physician office building/Cancer Care Center
  • Covered drop-off areas for patients, families, and visitors

Content Updated: July 11, 2016

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