Man Mayor Jim Blevins said Southern West Virginia Medical could be opening as soon as April 1.
Monday night, Dwayne Mounts, the Man Water Department chief, told council members that the facility is preparing to open.
"I've got water coming for them and will get started (on) the sewage tomorrow," Mounts said at the meeting of the Man Town Council Monday evening.
The treatment services of the Community Health Foundation of Man closed down on February 28, but the medical records division stayed open a few extra days.
Residents from the Man area were stunned this winter when it was announced the clinic, which did not receive it's federal funding, would be closing.
Man area residents have been fighting for stable healthcare since the old Man Appalachian Regional Hospital closed more than a decade ago.
Southern West Virginia Medical formerly operated at Lincoln Primary Care, but changed its name prior to its move into Man and Gilbert.
Mayor Blevins had more good news for the town.
Blevins said it looks like the town may be getting more grant money for additional improvement projects. He asked for and received permission to submit an application and a resolution for a $25,000 grant.
"I've got to get a resolution for this community development grant and a contract too, for the $25,000," Blevins said. Following discussion, the motion was approved.
Blevins said the funds would be used for painting and sandblasting at the town's pool, purchasing park benches and other town improvement projects.