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Medcraft Partners with a Leading Health System to Develop New Satellite Location

MedCraft and health system executives share their experience developing a successful ambulatory care facility in a growing, highly competitive market.

New Medical Plaza in Palmer, Alaska

MedCraft developing coast-to-coast.

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When Mat-Su Regional Medical Center decided to expand their campus, they partnered with MedCraft Healthcare Real Estate and Welltower to develop a 40,000 square foot medical plaza. Understanding the impact of climate and logistical challenges with building in Alaska, MedCraft’s experienced team designed a comprehensive schedule to meet the health system’s goal of opening in Summer 2018. Steel framing is going up and construction is on track.

Via Christi Health Ascension Expanding Primary Care in Derby

Ascension Via Christi leadership, physicians, staff and community members celebrated the opening of their new clinic on September 26th with a ribbon cutting ceremony and blessing. The new clinic brings together primary and specialty care with lab, imaging, and physical therapy in a beautiful new building. MedCraft partnered with Ascension Via Christi Health, Howard & Helmer Architecture, and EBY Construction in the development of the new ambulatory care facility.

Allina Health Buffalo Crossroads Clinic

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Open House

Celebrated the opening of the Allina Health Buffalo Crossroads Clinic on Saturday, September 16th. There was a ribbon cutting ceremony led by Dr. Burgdorf and followed by a community Open House with building tours, family activities and refreshments. Much of the artwork displayed in the clinic was done by local artists from the Buffalo Art Guild who were also on hand during the open house.

MedCraft partnered with Allina Health, BWBR Architects and RJM Construction to develop the 15,000 square foot clinic.

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Mat-Su Regional Medical Center celebrated the groundbreaking of a new medical plaza on their campus in Palmer, Alaska. Welltower and MedCraft are pleased to partner with the Mat-Su Regional Medical Center team and local physicians on the new 40,000-square foot facility which is expected to open next summer 2018.

MedCraft breaks ground on new clinic in Grand Rapids

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Bloomington-based MedCraft Healthcare Real Estate broke ground last Tuesday on its latest development project, a $20 million expansion and renovation of the Lakewood Heights Professional Building in Grand Rapids, Minnesota. The project will nearly double the size of the clinic, creating a 63,759-square foot primary and specialty care building to expand access to care and better serve the residents of Itasca County. The design will integrate both buildings and allow for better function and flow. Finance & Commerce recently featured the project, click here to read the article…

Celebrating Hardin Memorial Health Groundbreaking – Bardstown

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Northside East Cobb Grand Opening Celebration

Northside Medical Center opens in East Cobb with a celebratory ribbon cutting, remarks and tours of the new building on May 24, 2017. MedCraft partnered with Northside Hospital, Welltower and RTG to develop the 103,000 square foot facility. This marks MedCraft’s third building opening in 2017.

 

Celebrating the Grand Opening of Ascension Medical Center Livingston

Exciting Grand Opening for Ascension’s Providence-Providence Park Hospitals! Great ceremony with speakers acknowledging Latson Elementary School, the building sits on the former site of the school, and the memory of Sister Xavier Ballance, a leading visionary involved in the project.

MedCraft partnered with Ascension Health to develop the first Ascension-branded facility in the state of Michigan. The 60,000 square foot ambulatory care center is fully leased and is part of a mixed use campus that expands Ascension’s reach into the fastest growing community in the Detroit metropolitan area Read more…

Briscoe Building Opens on the Castle Rock Adventist Health Campus

Opening of the Briscoe Building represent the fourth phase of Centura Health’s vision for the Castle Rock Adventist Health Campus and MedCraft is honored to be the developer of two 60,000 square foot medical buildings on campus which are directly connected to the hospital. The May 4, 2017 celebration included honoring Nurses Day and the building namesake, Mary Briscoe, the first nurse in Douglas County. Mary Briscoe’s granddaughter, Pat Simmons, is seen cutting the ceremonial ribbon at the grand opening celebration.
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