OAKVILLE, Mo. — Mercy has opened a new clinic in Oakville, its fourth in the southern part of the region in a year.

Mercy Clinic Primary Care – Oakville, a 5,797-square-foot facility, is located at 5758 Telegraph Road, about 1 mile south of its former location known as Mercy Clinic Family Medicine – Telegraph. The new clinic can provide care for children and adults.

Leading the team are Drs. Sarah BeerAndrew GrabowskiStephen Staten and Donna Wagstaff, who are all board certified in family medicine, according to a release.

Brentwood-based Musick Construction was the general contractor on the project. Bates served as the architecture firm. Construction costs were not detailed.

St. Louis County's Children's Service Fund has awarded a 30-month, $3.2 million grant for Mercy's Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program. The health system's program treats patients aged 12 to 19 who exhibit behavioral, psychiatric and emotional issues that interfere with their well-being. Those adolescents typically are referred to the program after experiencing a serious mental health incident, officials said.

Mercy Clinic Primary Care – Oakville is the fourth Mercy Clinic facility built over the past year in what the health care system considers to be its Mercy Hospital South community. The other new clinics are located in Barnhart, Columbia, Illinois and Hillsboro.

Chesterfield-based Mercy, led by CEO and President Lynn Britton, is St. Louis' second-largest employer with more than 23,000 local workers and $6.25 billion in revenue, according to St. Louis Business Journal research.

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