Loveland Magazine file photo of the now closes CVS

Cincinnati Children’s secured a long-term lease for the building in the Symmes Gate Station shopping center, which previously housed a CVS pharmacy.

Loveland, Ohio – Cincinnati Children’s Loveland Primary Care will open in spring 2025. Pediatric services will be available to families who now drive longer distances to other locations operated by the nation’s No. 1 health system for children.

Work is to begin soon on interior renovations to an existing building at 10554 Loveland-Madeira Road. The location, near the intersection with East Kemper Road, is easily accessible from Interstate 275’s Exit 52 by Lake Isabella.

Cincinnati Children’s secured a long-term lease for the building in the Symmes Gate Station shopping center, which previously housed a CVS pharmacy.

“Many families who live in Loveland or surrounding areas such as Symmes Township depend on pediatric primary care from Cincinnati Children’s, and they soon will have a much closer option for this service,” said Evaline Alessandrini, MD, chief operating officer. “We are making this investment to ensure families have convenient access to world-class healthcare.”

Cincinnati Children’s Loveland Primary Care will eventually accommodate up to 25,000 patient visits annually, said Jeff Anderson, MD, senior vice president and chief Population Health officer. That will include children from newborn through adolescence.

“Our goal is to ensure that the region’s children are the healthiest in the nation, and part of that goal is to provide families with close-to-home options – including excellent primary care for kids,” Anderson said. “Our primary care providers work closely with pediatric specialists at Cincinnati Children’s for more advanced care options if needed.”

Initially, over a dozen Cincinnati Children’s employees will work at the Loveland location, including a physician, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, a behavioral health counselor, medical assistants and patient access representatives. The workforce will expand with the patient base, Anderson said.

Cincinnati Children’s Loveland Primary Care encompasses 10,125 square feet, which affords space to accommodate growth. Cincinnati Children’s estimates design and renovation of the building will cost about $6 million. Design partners are GBBN Architects, KFI Engineers, RCF Group and Kolar Design. The project will be built out by Triversity Construction.

Cincinnati Children’s already offers pediatric primary care in Anderson Township, Avondale, Batesville, Cold Spring, Fairfield, Florence, Greensburg, Kenwood, Liberty Township, Mason, North Fairmount, Southgate and Springdale as well as at three school-based health centers in Cincinnati.

In addition, Cincinnati Children’s has begun construction on a medical building that will include pediatric primary care in the Boone County city of Union, Ky.

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