Dayton Children’s Hospital plans $47.5 million expansion of Springboro campus, Ohio


Dayton Children’s Hospital announces $47.5 million expansion of Springboro campus which provide convenient access to pediatric specialty care and emergency services.


Dayton Children’s will build an ambulatory destination center on the 11-acre Springboro campus.  In addition to the services already offered there, this expansion will include:

  • • 115,100 square feet total, which is an additional 95,000 square feet added to the campus
  • • A medical office building for pediatric specialists and primary care physicians
  • • A 16-room pediatric emergency department
  • • An outpatient surgery center with four operating rooms

The expansion is based on the growing need for services in our southern communities.  This area has one of the highest percentages of children younger than age 5 in the Dayton region and continues to grow every year.

Synergy Building Systems will lead the construction efforts of the Springboro expansion.  Champlin Architecture, the local architectural firm which designed the original building at this location, will provide design leadership on this project. Cindy Burger, MS, RN, vice president, will oversee the project for Dayton Children’s.

The two-year plan will have phased implementation of services. The medical office building is scheduled to open in one year, the emergency department in 18 months and the surgery center within two years. The 115,100-square-foot expansion is estimated at a cost of $47.5 million. The medical office building will house Dayton Children’s specialists in our highest demand services, such as neurology, gastroenterology, orthopaedics and endocrinology, as well as primary care physicians.


Name Dayton Children’s
Location Springboro, Ohio
Type Expansion Of Springboro Campus
Construction Period Two Years
Estimated Cost $47.5 million