Los Angeles-based Orthopaedic Institute for Children (OIC) has broken ground on a project that, upon completion, will result in a new urgent care center that is double the size of its current one.
The multi-phase construction project will later include the building of a new physical therapy department and seven new research facilities.
The groundbreaking was celebrated during the annual “Ozzie’s Birthday Bash,” attended by local children, their families, and “Ozzie,” OIC’s mascot.
Events included an obstacle course, a bounce house, face painting, cartoon artists, and yoga instruction. All children in attendance received a Dodgers baseball cap courtesy of the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation.
[Source(s): The Orthopaedic Institute for Children, Business Wire]