City officials said the submitted plans also include a surgery center, but that portion of the proposed plan for the site is not included in this review.
In his report, City Planner Dan Boron said the Planning Commission may authorize this item to be placed on a future Planning Commission regular meeting agenda for formal approval of the site plan. The earliest date that could occur would be Aug. 10 and no action by city council on this agenda item, he said.
“Mayfield Brain & Spine is investigating the opportunity of opening a new office in the Dayton area. We care for many patients from the region and are always looking for ways to bring our expertise to our patients in the communities where they live,” said Christina McAlpin, interim manager marketing and communications.
Mayfield Brain & Spine is a Cincinnati-based independent physician practice that provides care for patients at 14 of the region’s hospitals. The organization operates locations in Norwood, Green Twp., West Chester, and Crestview Hills, Ky., according to its website.
The Mayfield Clinic has treated hundreds of thousands of patients since its establishment in 1937 by Dr. Frank H. Mayfield. Internationally recognized as a leader in neurological surgery, the full-service patient care provider treats 25,000 patients from 30 states in a typical year. Mayfield care teams are organized into five specialty areas: spine health, brain tumors, neurovascular, Chiari malformation and neurofunctional disorders., according to its website.