Allina Health to Replace Cambridge Medical Center with Modern Facility

The new medical center will feature inpatient beds, an emergency department, operating rooms and more.

By HFT Staff
July 13, 2022

Allina Health is making an investment to replace Cambridge Medical Center in Minnesota with new hospital and clinic facilities. The new medical center will feature inpatient beds, an emergency department, operating rooms and expanded outpatient services to respond to patients’ needs, including investments in new outpatient mental health and addiction services. The new facilities, which will include the Allina Health Cambridge Clinic, are anticipated to open in 2025. More information on the location of the new medical center will be announced later. 

The current Cambridge Medical Center was built in the 1950s, with expansions in the 1960s, 1970s and 1990s. A recent assessment of the facility revealed areas of significant need for upgrades and improvements. Allina Health determined that building a newly improved medical center would allow to provide state-of-the-art care and continue to be good stewards of our resources. 

As part of the future plans for Cambridge Medical Center, the facility shifted inpatient obstetrical services to The Mother Baby Center at Mercy Hospital effective May 11, 2022.  

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