Beginning March 11, the main entrance of the ProHealth Care campus in Mukwonago will close for several months as crews begin construction work that will transform the campus into a full community hospital.
ProHealth recommends that patients use three different driveways to find parking and access the specific services they need:
The emergency department driveway can be used 24 hours a day, every day. It is the first driveway visible when traveling south on Maple Avenue.
Primary care and ProHealth Medical Group walk-in clinic services can be reached via the second, or middle, driveway on Maple Avenue. The new entrance will be clearly marked.
All other services, including lab, imaging, rehabilitation, behavioral health and specialty care, can be reached from a new temporary main entrance accessible from the third driveway, which will take patients to the back of the building.
Handicapped parking continues to be available near each of the entrances. Assistance will be provided to help people find their destinations once they are inside the building.
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