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Big announcement for Andover NY: Former Maier’s Market to become Jones Memorial Medical Practice


Native siblings Theresa and Richard Joyce partner with Jones Memorial

Keep an eye on the former Maier’s Market on Main Street in Andover this summer! Pending New York State approval, the Andover office of the Jones Memorial Medical Practices will be relocated to the former grocery store once the renovations of the space are complete.

“Andover and the surrounding communities are important population centers in eastern Allegany County,” said James Helms, CEO at Jones Memorial. “Since that medical office transitioned from a UR Medicine Practice to a Jones Memorial Medical Practice, our goal has been to solidify our presence by expanding available healthcare services for residents of that area. We are thrilled to be working with Richard and Teresa Joyce on this project.” 

The building is owned by Andover Main Street Memories, LLC, a partnership between siblings – and Andover natives – Richard and Teresa Joyce. “Our goal is saving and restoring buildings in Andover,” Teresa explained. “Renovations of several buildings in the village have been completed and we are currently working on renovating the old Blarney Stone building with a goal of opening a restaurant and the Allegany County Sports Hall of Fame. The addition of a medical practice to the Main Street is a great asset for the town.”

“Access to healthcare is so important and we are honored to have such great partners for this project enabling quality healthcare to remain in Andover,” said Carrie Walker, VP of Practice Management and Professional Services at Jones Memorial, adding that renovations are expected to take place over the remainder of the year with a projected completion date in early 2023.

Once complete the medical practice will be approximately 3,800 square feet – half of the store’s usable space – and will be able to support three providers with exams rooms, a treatment room, and a draw station for blood work.

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