Froedtert Health will open its newly constructed, five-story clinic on Town Hall Road Dec. 10.
The new clinic replaces the existing clinic built in the 1960s across the street at W180N7950 Town Hall Rd. The project received village approvals in February of 2011. Froetdert will lease the building from developer Ryan Companies.
Falls Clinic will offer a complete array of primary care and specialty services, and will be staffed by 60 physicians and providers. New features of the clinic will include a first-floor pharmacy with drive- through service and community room for health education classes and programs. Services such as laboratory and radiology will be located on the first floor for ease of access for patients.
The clinical space on each floor features a new pod design that places the patient at the center, in close proximity to the medical staff. The space-saving, efficient layout is said to improve workflow and communication
A community open house will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. The open house will include tours of the new facility, a chance to meet physicians and staff, activities for children and families, refreshments and more.
“As we designed the clinic, we evaluated the services we offer as a health system in the Menomonee Falls area to ensure our patients are receiving the right care, at the right time, in the right place,” said Cathy Jacobson, Froedtert Health president and CEO. “We continue to align services across Froedtert Health to reduce duplication and strengthen the coordination of care for our patients. We are committed to continuing to provide quality, affordable care,”
As part of the move to the new clinic, Menomonee Falls Clinic will relocate pulmonology services to Community Memorial Medical Commons, and nuclear medicine and echocardiogram diagnostic services to Community Memorial Hospital’s Heart Center.
“The way we deliver care is different than it was 40 years ago, when the previous clinic was built,” said Paul Todd, MD, Froedtert Health Medical Group board chairman. “As we look to the future, we needed to redesign our facility to support the newly evolving care models and more efficiently meet the needs of today’s patients.”