Construction - January 2022
The 10,000-square-foot, one-floor facility involved complete gut and build-out.
The 250,000-square-foot inpatient hospital was built with families in mind.
ProHealth Waukesha Memorial Hospital-Mukwonago offers range of services, including more than 40 medical specialties.
The conversion turned 114,200-square-foot, four-story Class-A office building into a 100 percent Class-A MOB.
The 179,000-square-foot renovation and expansion is expected to be completed by 2024.
An ICRA operates as a blueprint to ensure all those involved in construction and renovations are working to prevent harm to patients.
Projects focus on expanding outpatient services and represent an investment of $151 million.
Managers need to be sure facility portfolios are aligned with organizations’ strategic plans.
Services to include emergency department, inpatient beds, imaging and other clinical services and expanded medical office space
Specific lighting, flooring and color choices offer a healing environment for patients.
The medical center includes a multi-specialty clinic with adult and pediatric care, orthopedics, cardiology, ophthalmology and women’s health services.
27-acre medical campus expected to break ground in 2022
Three-story, custom-built hospital will sit on 3.71 acres, encompass 49,128 square feet, and feature 40 patient beds
Project will provide Rio Vista Behavioral Health with new two-story, 40-bed unit and outdoor recreation space encompassing 38,000 square feet
new 1,400-square-foot clinic will include six new infusion bays
Patients will have access to in-house lab and pathology, infusion therapy and financial counseling
'Temporary issues are now long-term issues that will reshape real estate and development projects well into 2022’
Next phase of construction, which will include work on new emergency department, set to begin in spring 2022
Facility Offers 24-hour emergency care unit, overnight hospitalization services, on-site diagnostic testing and imaging, and 10 inpatient beds
8,845-square-foot facility will include seven exam rooms and 18 chemotherapy chairs
Project is part of systemwide investment that adds space for general and OB/GYN surgeries
Opening is part of multi-phased, $18.4 million modernization and expansion project
Plans include medical office building, ambulatory services, and acute care hospital
Projects include $400 million for new hospital and $35 million for new outpatient health center