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VIDEO: New Clinics and Surgery Center represents a leap forward for patient care

The 342,000-square-foot Clinics and Surgery Center will open for patient care in February 2016.
Many of our doctors and staff involved in the development of the University of Minnesota Health Clinics and Surgery Center recently toured the facility, where they were asked to describe the advantages offered by the new development.
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Accessible. Advanced. Efficient.

That’s how University of Minnesota Health representatives describe a new, 342,000-square-foot University of Minnesota Health Clinics and Surgery Center. The center, which is still under construction, will open for patients in February 2016.

Once completed, it will serve as a catalyst for the expansion of our extraordinary patient care and innovative research. Patient needs and the principles of access, innovation and cost-effective care have been incorporated at every level into the building’s development.

Many of our doctors and staff involved in the development of the center recently toured the partially complete facility, where they were asked to describe the advantages offered by the new development.

Watch the video to hear our University of Minnesota Health doctors and staff explain how the new University of Minnesota Health Clinics and Surgery Center represents a leap forward for patient care.

“To be able to come to one place, and know that everything they need to access is in one building will be a huge satisfier for patients,” University of Minnesota Health Ambulatory Nursing Practice Senior Director Linda Wick said.

The center will be located at 909 Fulton Street SE in Minneapolis, on the University of Minnesota’s East Bank campus.

The five-story building will house:

  • Three floors of adult outpatient clinics
  • Diagnostic and treatment services
  • An outpatient surgery center

"We’re very excited about the opportunity to offer patients an even better experience through our new clinic and surgery center, which has been designed to consolidate service in one convenient facility,” said Mary Johnson, the University of Minnesota Physicians Chief Operating Officer and project lead for the new center. "Patients will appreciate the way this facility will make it easier for them to access our extraordinary care."

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