Responding to the growing demand for services in the Mukwonago area, ProHealth Care is constructing an addition to the D. N. Greenwald Center, located just off Interstate 43 at Highway 83.
The 31,370-square-foot project will accommodate additional offices for employed physicians and independent specialists along with procedure space.
The project will add a second floor above the current ProHealth Medical Group clinic, occupational health and walk-in care space. Patients will have ground-level access to the new space from the parking lot behind the building. ProHealth is working with Eppstein Uhen Architects on the new addition.
The project is expected to cost $6.9 million and be completed by the end of 2018.
The building, which opened in 2005, currently includes offices for primary care physicians and specialists, an emergency department, extensive diagnostic imaging services, lab services, the UW Cancer Center at ProHealth Care, a large physical therapy center, occupational health services, heart and vascular services and other hospital-based programs. ProHealth last expanded the building by adding the emergency department, which opened in July 2015.
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