Mayo Clinic Health System - St. Peter Clinic

St. Peter, MN | Healthcare

Overview

The St. Peter Clinic is a medical facility focused on convenience achieved through bringing a wide range of medical services under one roof.


Opportunity

The St. Peter community needed a new clinic that consolidated many medical services into one location while connecting local healthcare facilities such as the hospital, long-term care facility, and medical office building.

Solution

The state-of-the-art St. Peter Clinic, part of the Mayo Clinic Health System, features exam rooms, procedure rooms, labs, radiology and imaging, nursing stations, and physician and administrative offices. The clinic relocated to the new medical campus to be directly connected to the St. Peter Hospital, Benedictine Living Community of St. Peter (a long-term care facility), and a medical office building. The clinic’s new location provides patients and staff the convenience of a single location for medical services and reduces critical response time for medical emergencies. Entry to the clinic is shared with the new medical office building, yet has its own lobby, and the clinic’s exterior walls are covered in local limestone with large openings to maximize natural light in the interior.


Market News

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