Groundbreaking: Mercy Medical Center-Centerville

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Groundbreaking: Mercy Medical Center – Centerville

Thursday, April 5th marked the official groundbreaking for the $4.2 million expansion of the Mercy Medical Center in Centerville.

The new 16,000 s.f. clinic will be connected to the existing hospital and will include (26) exam rooms, (2) ultra sound rooms, (2) procedure rooms, (12) physician offices, (3) lab spaces, waiting rooms, a reception area, nurse stations, as well as an indoor healing garden.  The new space will allow for up to 15 practitioners compared to only 10 that the current facility allows space for.  The hospital’s president, Clint Christianson, announced that this project is the first phase of their Master Facilities Plan and the first major update since the hospital’s construction in 1979. Russell was involved early on and will own the building and lease it back to Mercy, as well as construct the building.

Construction of this expansion is expected to be finished by the end of the year. Once the new clinic is up and functioning, the next step will be to update the original facility.  Russell is very proud and excited to be playing a role in this project for the Centerville community.

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