Influx of Healthcare | May 2018

Wanting to be a part of a growing market, healthcare providers flock to Kenosha County.  Below is a list of some of the major developments either under construction or planned for the near future.

Froedert South

Advanced Outpatient Surgical Wing addition at its St. Catherine’s Medical Center Campus in Pleasant Prairie

  • 239,977 square feet, four stories
  • The additions planned include a lobby, lounge, cafe, courtyard, registration and waiting area, private preoperative suites, and additional support areas.
  • Will employ 100 to 125 employees
  • The front lobby area is scheduled to be completed by third quarter 2018, and the balance of the project will be done by second quarter 2019
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Aurora Health Care

New ambulatory surgery center and physician office building in Pleasant Prairie

  • $130 million project will be built on a 64-acre parcel  in the new Prairie Highlands Corporate Park
  • Services offered will include general surgery, orthopedics, primary care, rehabilitation services, imaging, laboratory services, occupational health, urology, specialty care services and children’s health
  • Could employ up to 140 employees
  • The site includes space for possible future expansion
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Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin

New medical office building in Kenosha

  • 30,000 square feet
  • Located off Highway 50, just west of Interstate 94
  • The new site will consolidate two of it’s primary care locations in Kenosha and Paddock Lake and continue services in asthma/allergy, cardiology, dermatology, gastrointestinal, urology and speech therapy
  • Expanded services include imaging and radiology, laboratory, adolescent medicine, endocrinology, neurology, pulmonology, rehabilitation and developmental therapies, sleep services, and otolaryngology and audiology
  • Expected to be complete by fall 2018
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Froedert South

New medical office building at the new Main Street Market development in Pleasant Prairie

  • 50,000 square feet; four stories
  • Services at the clinic will include family practice, internal medicine, cardiology, neurology, orthopedics, gastroenterology and others. There will be clinical laboratory services, radiology and imaging services, diagnostic services and a walk-in
  • Expected to be complete by the end of 2018, or early 2019
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