Ambulatory Care Center
ACC- Coming 2024
Cedar Point Health is building a new facility!
CPH is building a new facility and plans to be functioning by early 2024 in a new Ambulatory Care Center (ACC).
An Ambulatory Care Center is a term to describe outpatient services such as radiology, surgical, and primary care.
Cedar Point Health has partnered with Montrose Regional Health to provide a multitude of services in one convenient location in Montrose. This building will be located on the south end of Montrose adjacent to Target and Hobby Lobby near the intersection of Townsend and Rio Grande Avenue in Montrose.
Cedar Point Health services will feature Primary Care, Internal Medicine, and Behavioral Health in one location for ease of use of our patients.
The ACC is anticipated to be completed early 2024!
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Which Cedar Point Health clinics will be located in this building?
Our South 5th and Family Practice and our Nevada Internal Medicine and Primary practices will be located at the new ACC building. This will include our Behavioral Health Services and Care Management Services. All the providers currently working at these two locations will be relocated to the new ACC.
What will happen to the other Cedar Point Health locations?
The remainder of our locations will stay where they are currently located. This includes our Montrose Wellness Center and our Montrose Urgent Care locations. Please see the full list below of locations that will stay at their current location.
Ridgway Family Practice
295 Sherman St.
Ridgway, CO 81432
Delta Primary Care
233 Cottonwood St
Delta, CO 81416
Cedaredge Primary Care
255 SW 8th Ave
Cedaredge, CO 81413
Clifton Urgent Care
569 32 Rd. Unit 12
Grand Junction, CO 81504
Montrose Urgent Care
836 S. Townsend Ave Unit C
Montrose, CO 81401
Grand Junction Urgent Care
2454 Hwy 6 & 50 Unit 104
Grand Junction, CO 81505
Wellness Center Physical Therapy
2303 S Townsend Ave, Suite E
Montrose, CO 8140
When will the new building be constructed?
The building construction started in the third quarter of 2022 and is anticipated to be finished in early 2024.
There are two ACC buildings coming to Montrose. Why?
Cedar Point Health has partnered with Montrose Regional Health in building the new Ambulatory Care Center. The purpose of this building is to decrease healthcare costs, increase access to care, and improve the patient experience.
A national firm also announced that they are building an ACC that will be located in the Colorado Outdoors development area. It is not well known if or when this project will come to fruition. But, CPH does not support this effort and we believe this project is bad for local healthcare. For certain services to continue to be offered at a low cost and high quality, there has to be sufficient volume of services to support it. If this other project takes some portion of the volume away, it impacts MRH’s ability to provide those services at the same low cost or may impact their ability to provide the service altogether.
Where will the ACC be located?
The ACC will be conveniently located adjacent to Target and the new Hobby Lobby near the intersection of Townsend and Rio Grande Avenue in Montrose. Cedar Point Health will have the entirety of the 3rd floor.
Who owns the building?
Cedar Point Health is part owner of the facility along with the developer, Nexcore. Montrose Regional Health is leasing a significant portion of the building and is investing money into state-of-the-art radiology and surgical equipment. But MRH does not own the building.
What is Cedar Point Health's relationship with MRH?
Cedar Point Health is independently owned by local practicing physicians. CPH supports MRH as a vital part of our community and supports them in many ways including: providing Hospitalist Services, referring patients for services that include lab, radiology, surgical, and specialty services. CPH believes that independently owned and operated groups provide the best care and are most aligned with the patients. For this reason, CPH has grown both geographically and with new services and providers in an effort or maintain independence and maximize our ability to provide the best patient care.