Aurora Plans to Open Ambulatory Surgery Center, Medical Office Building in Greenfield

MILWAUKEE - Aurora Health Care today announced plans to build an ambulatory surgery center and medical office building in the rapidly growing 84South development in Greenfield.

According to a release, When complete, the $55.5 million project will enhance patient access to a variety of services, including general surgery, orthopedics, pediatrics, GI, pain management and urology.

“Aurora Health Care is always looking for better ways to deliver high-quality, cost-effective health care,” said Steve Francaviglia, president of Aurora’s Greater Milwaukee South service area. “This state-of-the-art facility within 84South will serve as a specialty hub and provide new and expanded services that will help us better serve patients in Greenfield and surrounding communities. We look forward to moving this project forward on behalf of our patients.”

The multistory, approximately 130,000-square-foot facility would include an outpatient imaging center, sports health and rehabilitation, a specialty physician clinic and dispensary pharmacy. The facility would also increase capacity at Aurora St. Luke’s and Aurora West Allis Medical Center campuses

Pending government approvals, Aurora anticipates that work on the site will begin later this year and be complete by mid-2019.

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