WATERFORD, Wis. – ProHealth Care plans to expand its services in the Waterford community by building a clinic at the west corner of Highway 36 and Highway 164.
The ProHealth Medical Group clinic will offer primary, specialty and urgent care. The urgent care services will be provided seven days a week. The clinic also will offer laboratory and imaging services, physical therapy and occupational health services.
The site will have 17 examination rooms, three treatment rooms and a rehabilitation gym. There will be a covered patient drop-off area and plenty of surface parking.
The clinic team will include physicians, advanced practice providers, registered nurses, medical assistants, physical therapists, lab technicians, X-ray technologists and support staff.
Construction of the 17,745-square-foot, single-story building is expected to begin this fall. The clinic will open in fall 2024.
“We are excited to build a new clinic in Waterford and look forward to offering more space and additional services to meet the needs of the community” said Kelly Cramer, director of ProHealth Medical Group operations.
The new Waterford location will replace the current primary care clinic, located in leased space at 790