Completion Nearing On Dr. Crawford’s Office Dowtown

This is the building on Wall and Main Street in Fort Scott’s Historic downtown that Dr. Tim Crawford purchased.

Dr. Tim Crawford’s dental office, Family Dental, plans to move from its current location on South Main Street to the building at Wall and Main Streets within a few months.

“Construction on historic Fort Scott buildings is slow,” Crawford said.

Dentist Tim Crawford, center, with office personnel, from left: Alison Harper, hygenist; Jessica Terry, assistant; Crawford; Karis Hopkins, reception and assistant; Carina Guajardo, office manager. Not pictured: Ashley Rogers, assistant. They are pictured outside the Wall Street portion of the historic building Crawford is renovating.

Crawford and his staff hosted a Fort Scott Chamber Coffee at the new site on September 27.

Dr. Tim Crawford speaks to the Fort Scott Chamber of Commerce weekly coffee attendees Sept. 27 at the site of his new office, which is still in the construction stage of renovation.

He spoke to the crowd in the reception room of his new office.

Coffee attendees share conversations before the announcement segment of the weekly coffee. They are in the reception room of the new dental office of the renovated historic downtown building at Wall and Main Street.

“I’m excited to be downtown for accessibility,” Crawford told the coffee attendees. “We hope to be open in a few months.”

Dental services offered are implants, oral surgery, pediatrics, “Everything you want to be done at a dentist.”

Coffee attendees mill around the still-being-constructed operating room of the dental office.

Fort Scott City Manager Dave Martin thanked Crawford for moving his office downtown and taking on the renovation of a historic building.

“I know you run into things that throw you behind,” Martin said.

The building Crawford owns faces both Wall Street, pictured, and North Main Street.

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