Perham Health is set to open a new hospital and clinic in the US state of Minnesota in January, the organisation has announced.

The $38m, 120,000ft2 facility is expected to reduce noise levels, and alleviate privacy concerns and space issues.

The hospital includes patient rooms large enough for a recliner, a fold-out couch and storage unit for attendants.

The building will also contain private consultation rooms, family rooms, a family kitchen, a family resource centre and a meditation chapel.

Each department is expected to help the hospital to meet a minimum of 25% growth and add new services.

DL-Online quoted Perham Health CEO Chuck Hofius as saying that the new hospital will allow Perham to serve patients in a facility that promotes patient and family-centred care, supports patient privacy and encourages healing.

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"Perham and the surrounding communities were in great need of a modernised health care facility, the old hospital was more than 50 years old," Hofius added.

"We have developed operational procedures that follow this model of care, but the design of the new building will allow us to fully integrate care."