Froedtert ThedaCare Health Breaks Ground on Oshkosh Campus

The approximately 85,000-square-foot facility is expected to be complete in 2025.

By HFT Staff

The combined health system of Froedtert ThedaCare Health, Inc. announced the groundbreaking of a new health campus in Oshkosh. The planned campus aims to expand convenient access to care for those living in Northeast and Central Wisconsin.  

The Oshkosh campus is designed to be different from other hospitals. The smaller-scale, modern hospital is planned to offer simple, around-the-clock access to emergency and inpatient care in an inviting, highly efficient setting. It will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. 

Related: Froedtert ThedaCare Health Breaks Ground on Fond du Lac Campus

When complete, the Oshkosh campus is projected to be approximately 85,000 square feet, with an estimated $84 million investment. The hospital is expected to have emergency care, inpatient beds and 24/7 coverage. Plans also call for 24/7 computed tomography scans, x-ray, ultrasound, mammogram, MRI and lab services. Also included in the plans are a retail pharmacy, ambulatory surgery center with operating rooms and a medical office building for primary care and specialties. 

Construction partners include Hplex Solutions as the owner representative; HGA as the architect and engineer; and Miron Construction as the construction manager. Also involved is The Sigma Group, which is the civil engineer and landscape architect. 

The Oshkosh health campus is expected to be complete in 2025. Approximately 60 new jobs are expected to be created for caregivers and staff on the campus. 

April 2, 2024

Topic Area: Construction

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