Ribbon Cutting: Mercy Medical Clinic – Centerville

Ribbon being cut at Mercy Centerville

Ribbon Cutting: Mercy Medical Clinic

Russell team member speaking at ceremony
Russell Sr. Project Manager, Aaron Kendall, speaking about the project (photo courtesy of: Photography by the Browns)

Thursday, January 24th marked the official ribbon cutting ceremony for the $4.2 million expansion of Mercy Medical Center in Centerville, IA in preparation for the new clinic’s grand opening on Monday, January 28th.

The new 16,000 s.f. modern clinic will allow for up to 15 practitioners compared to the 10 that the facility could currently hold.  The clinic houses 26 exam rooms, three lab spaces, four procedure rooms, two waiting areas, nurses’ stations, indoor healing garden and a climate controlled connecting link to the hospital. It also includes separate waiting rooms for primary care, specialist care and quick care.

This project is the first phase of Mercy Medical Center’s Master Facilities Plan and the first major update since the hospital’s construction in 1979. Now that the new clinic is up and functioning, the next step will be to update the original facility, including the emergency rooms, radiology and pre and post-operating services. Russell is very proud to have played a role in bringing this clinic to life for the Centerville community.

Clinic Staff before the ribbon cutting
Mercy Clinic Staff (photo courtesy of: Photography by the Browns)

 

Follow the links below to read more about the project and ribbon cutting ceremony:

Daily Iowegian: Grand opening set for new Mercy clinic

Daily Iowegian: New Mercy Clinic opens Monday

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