New facility features

Features of your new medical center include:
  • Room to serve patients. The new medical center is 92,000 square feet in a single facility. It replaced a hospital, clinic, modular building and adjacent homes in use previously, which were a combined 35,000 square feet.
  • A broad range of clinical services. Outpatient services include primary care, orthopedics, cardiology, dermatology,  podiatry, otolaryngology (Ear, Nose, Throat), pediatrics, psychology and general surgery.
  • Additional surgical space and services. The new operating room is three times larger than the previous, along with an adjacent endoscopy suite for minimally invasive procedures. Surgical service lines include orthopedics, podiatry, urology, otolaryngology (ENT), ophthalmology, endoscopy and general surgery.
  • Expanded emergency services. The Emergency Department will continue serving patients in a larger space designed to accommodate projected needs well into the future. It features five state-of-the-art patient treatment rooms, and includes a comfortable waiting area for patients and families.
  • New space and equipment to aid recovery. Rehabilitation Services has space to add necessary rehabilitation equipment for patients needing physical and occupational therapy or cardiac rehabilitation following an illness or surgery, including patients in Mayo Transitional Care.
  • Land for expansion. The medical center sits on a 45-acre site to accommodate future growth and new services.
  • Convenient location. The site is adjacent to city services and the new highway interchange, offering easy access, high visibility, attractive views and convenient parking.
  • Patient privacy. The new hospital has 15 private rooms for inpatient care with ample space for families and visitors. Registration and public areas are designed to accommodate patient privacy and comfort.
  • The latest medical technology. The new medical center can easily accommodate state-of-the-art medical equipment needed to provide safe and efficient diagnostic and treatment services. This equipment will support both inpatient and outpatient care, and will help providers deliver new models of health care, such as long-distance in-room consultation with experts at Mayo Clinic and remote monitoring of acutely ill patients.
  • Comfort and support behind the scenes. The building features the latest in data, electrical, ventilation, heating and cooling systems to support the medical technology critical to providing health care of the highest quality.
  • Attractive and serene spaces. The entire facility was designed to create a healing and healthy environment. The building’s interior and exterior spaces will be comfortable, bright, warm and welcoming.