Mayo Clinic Health System - Eastridge Clinic

Mankato, MN | Healthcare

Overview

ISG designed Eastridge Clinic, a multi-disciplinary medical facility with an inviting atmosphere.


Opportunity

The Mankato community needed a modern clinic to house a number of key healthcare disciplines in a welcoming and functional environment.

Solution

The renowned Mayo Clinic Health Systems is known for its comprehensive medical research and excellent patient care throughout the Midwest. When the decision was made to open a new location in Mankato, Minnesota, ISG helped design the new 39,687 sq. ft. building with functionality and comfort as primary values. Known as Eastridge Clinic, the new location was intended to house the Mayo Health System Family Medicine, Pediatrics, and Allergy practices, as well as the University of Minnesota Family Residency Program. The clinic was fashioned with state-of-the-art exam rooms, procedure labs, radiology/imaging, and nursing stations.

To foster a warm and inviting environment, special attention was given to crafting a bold entrance and spacious lobby for patients and their families. One of the most striking additions to the new medical facility is the curved exterior canopy at the main entrance. This curved design is repeated in the reception area and welcomes entering patients with a warm finish. The implementation of glass walls in the 1.5-story lobby allows natural light to flood in from the floor and ceiling and opens up to a large community meeting room. Efficient and thorough construction plans resulted in the project finishing under its estimated cost.

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