McCarthy Tops Out $18M Medical Clinic to Serve Mid-Missouri

McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. has topped out an $18-million, four-story medical clinic for Phelps County Regional Medical Center in Waynesville, Missouri. The new 60,000-square-foot facility will provide healthcare to patients in Waynesville, St. Robert, Fort Leonard Wood and surrounding communities.  

McCarthy_July_eNews2The building’s exterior will feature a durable granite veneer with aluminum and glass banding. The L- shaped construction will offer a drive-through pharmacy on one end of the building and provide multiple entrance points for patients, visitors and staff. Plans for the new clinic, designed by Esterly Schneider & Associates, Inc., include a walk-in clinic, a full imaging suite, cardiac testing services, breast center clinic, physicians’ offices, rehabilitation services, physical therapy and a sleep lab. A physicians’ clinic will offer 23 exam rooms and space for various services. A coffee shop and community room are also planned.

The Waynesville Clinic is part of a five-year master plan that PCRMC began to implement in 2013 in an effort to expand and improve patient care. Renovations at the main medical center in Rolla are also part of the master plan and McCarthy recently completed projects on there for the pharmacy and cardiac rehabilitation departments.

“McCarthy broke ground on the Waynesville Clinic project in November 2013 with a completion date on schedule for spring 2015,” said McCarthy Project Manager Ryan Moss. The public signed the final steel beam, which was raised to the top of the building as part of the traditional topping out ceremony.

The new clinic is visible from I-44 on a dramatic hillside site next to the Veteran’s Primary Care Clinic and will allow PCRMC to offer expanded healthcare services to Pulaski County in Missouri.

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Posted August 13, 2014

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