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November 8, 2023

Medical imaging firm Rayus plans a location at Rock Row

Courtesy / Navadise Media An aerial photo shows the future site of Rayus Radiology at Rock Row.

Rock Row, the 110-acre complex of shops, restaurants, apartments, offices, and medical space under development in Westbrook, continues expanding. A Minneapolis-based chain of medical imaging clinics announced its moving in. 

Rayus Radiology, owned by private equity firm Wellspring Capital Management LLC, will open at Rock Row’s Medical & Research Campus next year. 

“The Rock Row Medical and Research Campus is a unique concept in Maine — having such a comprehensive and synergistic array of services in a convenient outpatient setting with an array of amenities,” said Scott Raymond, SVP of operations at Rayus.  

New England Cancer Specialists will be the anchor tenant in the medical complex.

The Rayus Rock Row Imaging Center will be on the first floor of the main building. It will offer various diagnostic imaging services in an accessible, cost-effective setting with new, state-of-the-art equipment, including MRI, CT, PET/CT, ultrasound, mammography, breast biopsy, nuclear medicine, DEXA bone densitometry and X-ray. 

Rayus has Maine locations in Auburn, Skowhegan, Portland, Scarborough, Brunswick, Biddeford, Bangor, Lewiston and Rockport.

What else is going on at Rock Row

The Rock Row Medical & Research Campus, which is scheduled to open next year, will be anchored by New England Cancer Specialists, a private medical oncology group and cancer care provider in the region. 

The campus will be home to the Dempsey Center, which will be relocating from its South Portland office and Saco Bay Physical Therapy will also be opening a new location at the campus in 2024.

As of October, 70% of the medical campus is leased, with four remaining spaces.  

Rock Row is being developed by Waterstone Properties Group Inc., which is based in Needham, Mass.

An earlier phase included retailers REI, Market Basket, Starbucks, Chick-fil-A, Chase and others. 

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