Ohio medical practice reveals expansion plan

BrightView Health has opened an outpatient treatment facility in Chillicothe, and the Cincinnati-based medical practice intends to open similar addiction treatment centers in at least five more Ohio cities. Founded in 2014 in Norwood and now based in Walnut Hills, BrightView has four Greater Cincinnati locations plus one in Dayton and the new center in Chillicothe.  BrightView, which cares for people battling drug or alcohol addictions, focuses on medication assisted treatment such as Suboxone,…
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