We strive to maintain a warm and friendly environment for our patients.
The original building at Oyster Point has a rich history. Initially, it was a home built prior to 1800. In 1826, the White Horse Tavern was established at this site along the Marietta-Lancaster Turnpike. A will that was written in 1840 names John Mann as the tavern keeper. The White Horse Tavern was reputedly famous for its oysters and the intersection of Marietta Pike and Stony Battery Road became known as Oyster Point. When former owners of the building built a family room addition they found a huge bed of oyster shells beneath the yard. Dr. Fuchs opened the Oyster Point Family Health Center at this site in 1985. Since that time 2 additions were added to the original building as the practice has grown.