RED WING, Minn. — Mayo Clinic Health System staff and services that currently reside at the Professional and Community Center in Red Wing, along with the C.A.R.E. Clinic (CARE Clinic), will relocate to the Seminary Professional Building, previously known as the Seminary Memorial Home, located at 906 College Avenue, Red Wing, Minnesota. All other medical services including emergency, hospital and clinical services currently offered at the main campus will continue at the main campus.
Beginning Monday, December 10, all Mayo Clinic Health System patient care services currently offered at the Professional and Community Center will be open for business at its new home in the Seminary Professional Building.
The decision to decommission the building and relocate staff and services came after assessing the organization’s physical space needs at the Professional and Community Center. The Seminary Professional Building, property already owned by Mayo Clinic Health System, was selected to be the new home to Behavioral Health, Integrative Medicine and Health, and Hospice services, along with support staff and CARE Clinic, a non-profit organization that provides essential health care services to the underserved people in the community.
“We are excited to get settled into the new space,” says Brian Whited, M.D., CEO, Mayo Clinic Health System in Cannon Falls, Lake City and Red Wing. “The newly remodeled building provides patients and staff with a safe and inviting environment.”
Mayo Clinic Health System has provided space at the Professional and Community Center at no cost to a number of non-profit organizations for several years. The non-profit organizations, Faith in Action, Hispanic Outreach of Goodhue County, Three Rivers Community Action, Habitat for Humanity and HOPE Coalition, have relocated or have plans to relocate to new space in the Red Wing area by the end of November.
Future plans of the Professional and Community Center are unknown at this time, but Mayo Clinic Health System is willing to work with any parties that may be interested in purchasing the property to redevelop the site to help with the community’s housing needs.
Press ContactAmanda Beltz