The new home of the Children's Rehabilitative Service (CRS) in Phoenix is set to be unveiled today with a dedication ceremony and open house.
District Medical Group, the group chosen by United Healthcare to manage the CRS program, will present the new 56,530-square-foot facility to the public.
The massive construction takes the mark as the largest multidisciplinary clinic in the state of Arizona with its massive facility and 100 plus exam rooms. Once up and running, the facility will be able to treat more than 16,000 patients a year.
It will offer a wide variety of clinical services including orthopedics, plastics, family support, primary care and more with patients ranging in age from infants to 21.
The open house will take place Wednesday, Sept. 26 from 12:30 to 3 p.m. at 3141 N. Third Ave. in Phoenix.
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