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New River Health to create medical mall in former Kmart building


The Register-Herald

Gabriel Pena, board chairman for New River Health Association, looks on inside the former K-Mart in Oak Hill on Thursday. NRHA purchased the building to turn it into a medical mall.
(Register-Herald photo by Chris Jackson)

OAK HILL, W.Va.  — A Fayette County storefront that has been vacant for more than five years will soon be home to medical mall, filled with health and wellness services.

Over the next two years, the former Kmart off Rt. 19 will be transformed into a new location of New River Health Association (NRHA).

NRHA, a federally qualified health center serving Fayette, Raleigh and Nicholas counties, has been serving the region for more than 40 years.

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