ProHealth opens entrance and main lobby of new hospital in Mukwonago Construction of ProHealth Care’s new $55 million Mukwonago hospital hits a milestone


Construction of ProHealth Care’s new $55 million, 24-bed, hospital in Mukwonago hit a milestone this week with the opening of its new main entrance and lobby.

GRAEF is providing the structural and civil engineering for the project, in addition to the landscape architecture. It's designed by Eppstein Uhen Architects and constructed by J.H. Findorff & Son Inc.

Visitors to the new hospital will be greeted by a glass facade that showcases the three-story structure’s emphasis on natural light.

Inside the new entrance will be a reception desk and the hospital’s main corridor, which will connect people to first-floor services including primary care, lab, radiology, women’s health, heart and vascular services, and the emergency department.

“We’re excited to give the community a look inside,” said Stephanie Orzechowski, ProHealth Care’s chief administrative officer. “It will be a beautiful building, and the opening of the main entrance and lobby is a significant milestone for the project.”

The Mukwonago hospital will feature:

  • Twenty-four private inpatient rooms
  • A surgery center
  • A cancer center
  • Expanded and enhanced laboratory, imaging and registration areas
  • A full-service kitchen and dining area
  • Enhanced outpatient services

Once completed, the new hospital is expected to bring 100 new jobs to the area—work began in February and is on schedule for a June 2020 opening.

The ProHealth Medical Group clinic and all other medical services on the campus remain open during construction, and surface parking has been expanded to make access easier for patients and visitors.

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