Erie pain clinic to sell office, move under Chapter 11 bankruptcy plan

  • As lawsuits around MRSA outbreak piled up, Tri-State Discomfort Institute, operator Joseph Thomas, M.D., filed for personal bankruptcy in 2020
  • Clinic and Thomas have submitted Chapter 11 reorganization plans, which clarify how they will pay out collectors
  • Clinic remains in business, and is expected to continue on to run throughout bankruptcy

A well-known Erie pain expert is making sweeping modifications to his exercise and own holdings as he carries on to deal with the financial aftermath of a significant-scale MRSA outbreak at his clinic three years ago.

Yet another extremely infectious disease — COVID-19 — is also to blame, in accordance to newly submitted bankruptcy information.

Joseph M. Thomas, M.D., founder and owner of the Tri-Condition Ache Institute, is offering his 31,784-square-foot office creating in Millcreek Township, relocating his clinic to a considerably smaller location in the township and preparing to promote a lot of of his personalized assets, which includes his million-greenback home on South Shore Drive in Erie and an art collection worth an approximated $300,000.

This is an October 2019 file photo of the Tri-State Pain Institute, located at 2374 Village Common Drive in Millcreek Township.

The planned liquidations are crucial aspects of the Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization plans for Thomas personally and the Tri-State Pain Institute, which continues to be in company. Lawyers filed the plans in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Erie on Thursday.

The clinic’s present-day web-site is 2374 Village Popular Travel, off Zuck Street and north of Interchange Highway. The building is envisioned to provide for at minimum $3.15 million, in accordance to the new bankruptcy filings. The proposed sale was introduced in a lawful advertisement in the Erie Situations-News on Monday.

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