Staff showed off an expanded physical therapy room, woman's radiology testing and lab services. There will also be a hydrotherapy pool.
The $23.4 million center is three stories tall and located on route nine by the airport. Construction manager Tim Bassett said the location can be more convenient for patients on the city's east side.
"Our facility now where all these are provided is pretty centralized, in the community so we wanted to expand upon that and provide a place where our patients didn't have to drive across town to the cared for," Bassett said.
The center will be open for patients on August 20th.