Combined health system Froedtert ThedaCare Health has started construction on a new health campus in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, US.  

The beginning of construction work was marked by a groundbreaking ceremony on 26 March. 

Expected to span around 85,000ft², the campus entails an investment of around $84m.  

The facility will include inpatient beds, emergency care, and round-the-clock diagnostic services such as CT scans, mammograms, ultrasounds, X-rays, MRIs and other lab services.  

It will also feature an ambulatory surgery centre, operating rooms, a medical office building for primary care and specialist services and a retail pharmacy.  

The scope of services may expand in the future to meet the evolving needs of the community. 

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The construction project involves several partners, with Hplex Solutions serving as owner representative, Miron Construction as construction manager, HGA as architect and engineer, and The Sigma Group handling civil engineering and landscape architecture.   

Work on the Oshkosh health campus is expected to be completed in 2025, supporting the creation of nearly 60 new jobs for caregivers and staff. 

Once open, the campus will offer a modern, small-scale hospital experience, providing 24/7 access to emergency and inpatient care, as well as convenient healthcare access to residents of the Northeast and Central Wisconsin areas.  

The health system noted that a significant portion of Oshkosh’s population resides east of Interstate 41, with the majority of healthcare facilities located on the opposite side, posing a challenge for quick access to hospital or emergency services. 

The new campus, situated at 250 W 6th Avenue on the Fox River in downtown Oshkosh, is set to be an integral part of the locality’s ongoing redevelopment.  

Froedtert ThedaCare Health CEO Cathy Jacobson said: “By creating this health campus in Oshkosh, we have the opportunity to continue providing compassionate care to people in this region. It will also allow our patients to experience the best of our system, through additional care options and locations.” 

Recently, Froedtert ThedaCare Health commenced construction of another health campus in Fond du Lac, with a similar completion timeline as the Oshkosh campus.