Mainland Medical Arts Pavilion Ground Breaking

Rendina Breaks Ground on the Mainland Medical Arts Pavilion

Rendina, a leading healthcare real estate developer, broke ground this week on the construction of a 35,000 square-foot medical office building in Texas City. The new state-of-the-art medical facility will be conveniently located adjacent to the campus of Mainland Medical Center, just off of the Emmett F. Lowry Expressway. The area’s leading multi-specialty group, the Beeler-Manske Clinic, will occupy the entire second floor of the two-story facility, which is anticipated to be completed in the third quarter of 2011.

“Rendina is pleased to provide the physicians of Galveston County an opportunity to practice in custom-designed medical office suites within walking distance of the hospital.” said Steve Barry, Vice President of Business Development for Rendina. “Not only will the Mainland Medical Arts Pavilion benefit the physician practices involved, but more importantly, it will improve the quality of care in the community.”

The new facility will host an impressive mix of the area’s leading physicians. Beeler-Manske Clinic has a long tradition of providing quality care in the region dating back to 1936. With nine physician providers, the Beeler-Manske Clinic focuses on family practice, internal medicine and cardiology as well as providing lab and imaging services. In addition to the Clinic, the facility will house prominent specialists including The Eye Clinic of Texas, Texas Ear, Nose & Throat Specialists, Interventional Pain Specialists of Texas and Gateway Chiropractic. The new facility also has plans for a compounding pharmacy, creating additional convenience for patients and visitors.