ProHealth Care’s New Hospital to Open in January 2022

Hospital is being created by expanding and renovating ProHealth’s existing medical campus, which opened in 2005

By HFT Editorial Staff
November 12, 2021

ProHealth Care’s new Mukwonago, Wisconsin, hospital will officially open in January 2022. Construction of the hospital began in February 2019, but the pandemic prompted a pause in the project. Work resumed last spring.

The new full-service community hospital will operate under the auspices of ProHealth’s Waukesha Hospital. It will be named ProHealth Waukesha Memorial Hospital-Mukwonago. The hospital will feature a modern, patient-centered design with a warm and inviting environment designed to promote healing. It will bring together a range of healthcare services in one location.

The hospital is being created by expanding and renovating ProHealth’s existing medical campus in Mukwonago, which opened in 2005. Construction crews expect to complete their work later this month. ProHealth teams will then focus on furnishing and equipping the new spaces and orienting employees.

The new hospital will be the fourth in the ProHealth system. ProHealth provides inpatient services at ProHealth Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital, ProHealth Waukesha Memorial Hospital, and ProHealth Rehabilitation Hospital of Wisconsin in Waukesha.

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