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Archbishop of Cincinnati Dennis M. Schnurr blessed the new Mercy Health home offices on Tuesday. (Courtesy Photo)
Archbishop of Cincinnati Dennis M. Schnurr blessed the new Mercy Health home offices on Tuesday. (Courtesy Photo)
Various dignitaries, including Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley, participated in a ribbon cutting ceremony at Mercy Health's new home office. (Courtesy Photo)
Various dignitaries, including Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley, participated in a ribbon cutting ceremony at Mercy Health’s new home office. (Courtesy Photo)

On Tuesday Mercy Health, a Catholic health ministry serving Ohio and Kentucky hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony marking the grand opening of Mercy Health’s new home office in Bond Hill at 1701 Mercy Health Drive, formerly 1701 Showcase Drive.

Local dignitaries and officials, including Archbishop of Cincinnati Dennis M. Schnurr and Mayor of Cincinnati John Cranley, joined senior leaders from Mercy Health to cut the ribbon at Mercy Health’s new home office.

By the end of this month, more than 1,000 employees will have moved to Mercy Health’s new location at 1701 Mercy Health Place in Bond Hill, the former site of Showcase Cinemas.

Mercy Health broke ground on the 365,000-foot building in November 2014. Messer Construction and Jostin Construction built it.

 

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