HRMC Physicians Clinic expansion sets up first beam

Erick Larson, president and CEO of HRMC, speaks during a ceremony to mark the beginning of a building project at HRMC Physicians Clinic. In the second photo, HRMC and HRMC Foundation dignitaries stand behind the metal beam that was placed on the HRMC Physicians Clinic. From left, are Ryan Goehner, Marcia Zwanziger, Nicola Larson, Dr. Sara Castellanos, Shawn Martin, Laurie Solem, Justin Picek, Denis Drake, Erick Larson, Laurie Smith, Dawn Allen, Angie Uttecht, Jennifer Kalahar, Tom Hansen and Kim Rieger.

HURON – In a ceremony attended by members of the public, Huron Regional Medical Center (HRMC) staff and administrators, and members from the various partners that are working with HRMC to complete the project, the Physicians Clinic expansion and medical imaging remodeling projects celebrated a kickoff Monday morning.

HRMC president and CEO Erick Larson spoke about the impact of the $14.9 million total project, as it will bring state-of-the-art facilities and more medical personnel to Huron. Larson cited providing quality health care as vital to a healthy, growing community, as Huron aspires to be.

The expansion of the clinic will add a second story to the Physicians Clinic, and multiple members of the HRMC board, HRMC Foundation board, and the expansion board each signed a beam that was lifted and put into place to begin construction on the Physicians Clinic expansion.

The work across the street at the southeast section of the main hospital building will add new MRI and 3D mammography units to the facility, among other improvements.

The goal of the project is to be completed summer 2022.

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