New 80,000-SF, 4-Story Ambulatory Care Center in Montrose, Colorado to Offer Full Spectrum of Services

Montrose Regional Health plans to build a new state-of-the-art ambulatory care center in cooperation with real estate developer NexCore Group and architect TreanorHL; a general contractor has not yet been selected.

The ACC will be a healthcare destination that will offer a full spectrum of services. The 80,000-square- foot, four-story building will improve the delivery of care into a more coordinated and integrated system, with convenient access, ample parking and decreased cost of care. The ACC will be conveniently located adjacent to national and regional retailers.

Construction will begin in the third quarter of 2022 with the grand opening scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2023.

Services offered in the new center will include outpatient laboratory, physical therapy, ambulatory surgery, specialty care and medical imaging, with a specially designed area specifically for mammography and women’s imaging. Alpine Women’s Centre at MRH has outgrown its space and will be moving to the new location to better serve their patients. Montrose Regional Health is also partnering with other independent physicians in our community to offer care at the new site.

The facility will use natural materials including wood, stone and warm colors to reflect a modern mountain image that will be located in a serene setting with beautiful landscaping, river views and walking trails. Physical therapists look forward to conducting therapy sessions using the walking trails and outdoor spaces. The layout of the building will make it much easier for patients to navigate throughout the space. People using the ACC will encounter a comprehensive digital directory and digital patient registration alongside patient education areas.

Healthcare providers in the building will experience increased communication, with improved opportunities for interaction and greater autonomy.

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Posted February 18, 2022

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