A medical doctor has bought a Thousand Oaks office building to move his sports medicine practice closer to outpatient clinics, according to commercial real estate brokerage Westcord Commercial Real Estate in Westlake Village.

Dr. Greg Tchejeyan, who owns Tchejeyan Orthopedic and Sports Medicine in Thousand Oaks, has purchased 250 Lombard St. for $1.6 million, or $335 a square foot, from construction firm Wesley Thomas, said Westcord. Tchejeyan’s practice is currently in the Los Robles Hospital and Medical Center but he plans to relocate to the new building and convert its offices into a medical clinic.

The new location will offer expanded services, such as imaging, musculoskeletal care and orthopedic urgent care, but also longer office hours, said Westcord.

Tony Principe and Brett Saunders of Westcord represented both parties.

“This will provide an alternative for patients needing to use the emergency room for minor musculoskeletal injuries and aliments, thereby avoiding long waits and costly emergency room expenses, while providing accurate and timely diagnoses by specialists,” Tchejeyan said in a statement.

Tchejeyan’s new building is a mile from the hospital and close to Medical Diagnostic Imaging, Kaiser Permanente, M6 Fitness, UCLA Health and other medical buildings on Lombard.