MedCraft News

National Safety Month

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June is national safety month. The National Safety Council’s 2018 theme is #No1GetsHurt. Each week a different topic will be featured, which include emergency preparedness, wellness, falls and driving. We encourage everyone to visit for tips on eliminating preventable deaths at work, in homes, communities and on the road. Simple steps can make sure #No1GetsHurt.  More…

St. John Providence Golf Classic

MedCraft is a proud sponsor of the Providence Gold Classic and the Believe in Miracles Program that supports patient programs and gives financial piece of mind to those receiving care.


BOMA MOB Conference

MedCraft attended the BOMA Medical Office Building conference in Houston. Gaining insightful knowledge from keynote, Farzad Mostashari, CEO and co-founder of Adelaide. Dr. Mostashari spoke about Health Information Technology and Reform.

Twin Cities Orthopedics – MN Drive Location

Twin Cities Orthopedics expands its presence in Edina by consolidating three locations into their new state-of-the-art facility at 4100 Minnesota Drive. Services at this location include physical therapy, prosthetics and orthotics and sports performance services.


MedCraft is proud to support CornerHouse in their mission to listen and offer hope and healing to those silenced by trauma and violence. Recently the MedCraft team packed snack and hygiene packs.

Hardin Memorial Bardstown

The Hardin Memorial Bardstown facility construction is progressing on track and we are excited to see the interior touches come to life.

2017 Most Active Healthcare Real Estate Developer

Awarded by Revista

and Healthcare Real Estate Insights

MedCraft is honored to be named 2017 Most Active Healthcare Real Estate Developer.

“It is a reflection of how hard we work to make sure our clients are satisfied with the results,” said Eric Carmichael, Principal, MedCraft. “We have been rehired 52 times over the years by 16 of the country’s leading health systems. As long as we’re getting repeat clients and satisfying their needs, that’s what drives our business.”

Ever wonder how you keep a building under construction heated during the winter months while parts of the building have no windows?

One of the many challenges of construction in the cold winter months is keeping the building and workers warm. Here is a photo of the Essentia Grand Rapids clinic in northern Minnesota. The windows are covered with a temporary visqueen barrier, enabling the contractors to heat the space so that construction remains on schedule. This building is slated to open in April 2018.


MedCraft’s 3rd Annual Toys for Tots collection at the France Place office building.
New this year – 1st Annual Gifts for Senior Citizens.
Wishing everyone a Happy Holiday.

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.