Gundersen Health System brings expanded care to thousands of people when it opens its state-of-the-art new Winona Campus on Monday, May 18.
The new 90,000-square-foot facility at 1122 W. Hwy. 61 brings specialty care closer to home for Winona area residents. The first phase of services began Dec. 2 with Urgent Care, Laboratory, Imaging and Infusion.
"It is wonderful to reach the culmination of our plans to open a new facility to better serve our patients in Winona and surrounding communities," said Gundersen Health System Chief Executive Officer Scott Rathgaber, MD. "This facility extends Gundersen's 30-year commitment to care in the community and delivers on our promise to bring care close to home. We are delighted to be expanding our care and making it more convenient for our patients and their families to remain healthy."
Services opening May 18 include:
- NEW Dermatology
- Ear, Nose and Throat
- NEW Family Medicine
- NEW Internal Medicine
- Occupational Health
- Orthopedics/Sports Medicine
- NEW Pediatrics
- Pediatric Asthma, Allergy, Immunology, Endocrinology and Gastrointestinal
- Physical and Occupational Therapy
- NEW Retail Pharmacy
- Vision Center
Services opening at later dates include:
- NEW Chiropractic
- NEW Gastroenterology
- NEW General Surgery
- NEW Mammography
- NEW Obstetrics and Gynecology
- NEW Outpatient Surgery Center
- NEW Pain Medicine
- NEW Sleep Medicine
"As the COVID-19 pandemic reaches our region, it's more important now than ever to offer outstanding care close to home, both in our Winona facility and with local clinicians online through video visits," said Bryan Erdmann, vice president of Gundersen Operations and Regional System. "Gundersen's investment in Winona brings new and expanded services to meet the needs of our patients closer to where they live. A consolidated campus reduces how far Winona and surrounding area residents travel to receive outstanding care and supports our dedication to reduce the cost of care."
Gundersen Dental Specialties, which includes orthodontics, oral surgery, dental implants and more, will remain in downtown Winona at the 111 Riverfront Building.
For more, visit gundersenhealth.org/winona
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