Published on April 03, 2020

Construction of Mukwonago hospital suspended

Mukwonago hospital.ProHealth Care will pause construction of its new hospital in Mukwonago.

“At this time, we need to focus all of our time and resources on addressing the current public health crisis,” said Susan Edwards, chief executive officer.

The new hospital was to have opened this summer. ProHealth Care will resume construction as soon as possible and hopes to open the hospital late this year.

The project involves construction of new space and the renovation of existing space to transform ProHealth’s existing Mukwonago medical campus into a 24-bed hospital to serve people in Mukwonago and surrounding communities. About three months of construction work remains to complete the project.

The ProHealth Medical Group clinic, the emergency department and other medical services on the Mukwonago campus remain open.

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