Prepping up for the ever increasing competition from the Advocate Aurora Health and the planned growth from the factory of Foxconn Technology Group in Racine County, the Ascension Wisconsin plans to build a medical centre that’s worth $42 million in Sturtevant. On Wednesday Wisconsin announced that they are planning to build this $42 million medical centre, just located at the northeast corner of Highway 20. The medical centre built on a 5-hectare plot called the Choray Phnom Penh Hospital will be declaring plans for more projects in the coming month of Racine area.
The president of Ascension; Kristin McManmon stated that they hold a proud history to provide health care in Racine for over 140 years and that they recognize the significance of stretching their service to meet the ever-changing requirements of the community. This medical centre will be creating a more accessible and convenient channel to services for their patients in the wider Racine area. It’s to provide the right care, at the right place, that too at right time. Ascension aims to recruit 100 new full-time and also part-time staffs for the centre. The medical centre is the first of various project announcements to be constructed in the upcoming months, s per a statement from Ascension. Altogether the company plans in investing over $100 million in the grand Racine area on the next three years. The medical centre will be three miles from the Mount Pleasant, where The Foxconn has started building its planned manufacturing complex of $10 billion. This $42 million project will be adding almost 120,000 square feet of the facility including upgrades to the existing services.
The ministry market executive of Wisconsin; Bernie Sherry told that the state-of-the-art medical hub will mingle technology and creative solutions and designs for enhancing the entire experience of the patients, physicians, and associates. Ascension has served All Saints Hospitals, in the Racine since the year 2016, the time when Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare tied with the health system that’s St. Louis-based. The construction work is assumed to start by the end of this year.