By next November, you could be walking into Door County Medical Center’s newest medical facility after breaking ground on the Sister Bay project Friday afternoon.
Representatives from Door County Medical Center, Boldt Construction, Caldwell Associates Architects, and local government leaders were all on hand for the ceremony that kicked off the 30,000-square foot, $14.5 million project. The future clinic will house what is currently located at the Fish Creek clinic and Sister Bay rehab services facilities. Dr. Rory Johnson from the Door County Medical Center told the crowd gathered along Canterbury Lane about the positive impact the extra space would have on the services they provide. Door County Medical Center Board Chairperson William Mundy said the new facility is another step forward in taking care of the community and its health and well-being.
Door County Medical Center President and CEO Brian Stephens said afterward how excited he is to see this project get off the ground.
Crews will work to prepare the ground as much as they can for construction before winter comes. Stephens says the new clinic location should be open in the middle of next November.