State Representative Anthony DeVitis (R-Green) attended and spoke at a Summa Health System open house and ribbon cutting ceremony, which celebrated Summa Health’s opening of a full-service emergency department in the Heritage Crossings development off Massillon Road.

The $17 million, 22,000-square-foot ER facility is estimated to draw 14,000 patients from southern Summit and northern Stark counties within the first year. It includes 14 private exam rooms and two resuscitation rooms, and will create 64 jobs.

“It was an honor to be part of the ribbon cutting for Summa Health’s new ER Department ,” said DeVitis. “This facility will allow for faster care for the residents in and around Green, as well as bring jobs to the area.”

The new ER will target patients who live or work in the cities of Green, Uniontown, Hartville, Coventry, Springfield, the Portage Lakes, Jackson, North Canton, Clinton, and Canal Fulton.


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