Margaret Mary Health Announces Plans for New Hospital

Phase one will include a near 124,000 square foot replacement hospital.

By HFT Staff


Margaret Mary Health (MMH) is announcing plans for a new hospital as the first phase of an expanded health and wellness campus at its property. Phase one will include a nearly 124,000 square foot replacement hospital, located adjacent to the Margaret Mary Physician Center and Margaret Mary Outpatient and Cancer Center. 

The replacement hospital will be designed to enhance the patient's experience through the use of innovative technology, improved patient privacy, easier navigation and more convenient access. It will also allow for improved operational efficiencies, including expanded surgical capabilities, energy efficient construction and upgraded workflows. Additionally, a new hospital will position MMH as a leader in rural healthcare and support efforts to attract and retain top talent. 

MMH will be investing $115 million in phase one of the campus expansion, which includes construction of the replacement hospital, expanded walking trails and green spaces to promote community wellness. Construction is scheduled to begin in the spring of 2024 and should take approximately two years to complete. GBBN Architecture, out of Cincinnati, OH, will lead the design team for the replacement hospital. Danis (Cincinnati, OH) and Bruns-Gutzwiller (Batesville, IN) will provide construction management for the project. 



August 21, 2023


Topic Area: Construction


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