Osage, IA – Construction is currently ongoing at the Mitchell County Regional Health Center. The building is expanding and renovating.
To date, approximately $425,000 has been raised. Shelly Russell, CEO of MCRHC, says that a local bank just fulfilled a pledge to the health center.
The current campaign total includes employee commitments, Board of Trustee, Foundation Board and its members and the Auxiliary Board and its members, as well as a few early public donations.
The first phase of the construction is well underway focusing on the two-story clinic addition, helipad and enclosed emergency department hallway. The project is on time with the clinic addition now enclosed in time for winter weather, leaving interior work for the winter months. The second phase of the project is scheduled to begin late spring of 2018 and will focus on the main entrance with a new canopy construction and renovation of the main lobby and existing clinic areas, as well as the physical therapy department addition.
The slated completion date of all phases of the project is March 2019.
For additional information, please go to mcrhc.com/building-project. For information on how you can get involved with the “Rise Up” capital campaign or to make a donation, please contact Kara Naig at 641-220-1191 or at email@example.com.