Boundless opens remodeled health center

Many people gathered outside the new health center. Colorful ribbons float in the air.

Boundless Health is welcoming patients to a newly renovated facility that will serve as a hub for primary, dental and behavioral-health care for people with developmental and intellectual disabilities.

“We are going to be one of only a few organizations in the entire country who provide this unique care,” Dr. Patrick Maynard, president and CEO of Boundless, said during a ribbon-cutting ceremony last month.

He thanked the community for supporting the project, which received significant funding from the state and from corporate donors.

The building at 445 E. Dublin Granville Rd. houses 15 primary care exam rooms, a dental floor with six chairs and exam rooms, an on-site lab, speech therapy and counseling rooms, an administration wing and – soon – a pharmacy with a dedicated, on-premises pharmacist for more coordinated, personalized care.

Boundless opened the building for tours during the ribbon-cutting event. Guests also gathered outside to hear from Maynard; state Rep. Beth Liston; state Rep. and Minority Leader Allison Russo; Sue Zazon, president of Huntington Bank’s central Ohio region; and Boundless patient Mac Smith, who has autism.

“Boundless Health is like a family, and family sticks together,” Smith said. “Boundless Health helps me with my social skills, independence and life. I am much more than my labels.”