Columbia St. Mary's Medical Commons - Grafton Groundbreaking Ceremony June 28, 2010

Monday, June 28, 2010

Columbia St. Mary's Medical Commons-Grafton Groundbreaking
Representatives from Columbia St. Mary’s, area business and civic leaders break ground (left to right): Dr. Bruce McCarthy, EVP & President of Columbia St. Mary’s Physician Division; James Kacmarcik, President of Kapco Metal Stamping; David Olson, EVP & President of Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital Ozaukee; Sue Sanicola, Vice President of Columbia St. Mary’s Community Physicians; Dr. Robert Pachner, Medical Director of Columbia St. Mary’s Urgent Care Centers; Darrell Hofland, Administrator-Village of Grafton; and, Dr. Mark Shewczyk, Family Medicine Physician.

Columbia St. Mary's Medical Commons - Grafton

Columbia St. Mary's broke ground on Monday, June 28, 2010 for a 14,500-square-foot medical clinic to enable the regional health system to respond to the needs of its patients in Grafton and surrounding communities. The clinic will be called Columbia St. Mary’s Medical Commons – Grafton. The clinic, located at 2061 Cheyenne Court, Grafton, is slated to be open by the end of this year.

The clinic will provide convenient access to a variety of medical services, including:

  • Pediatricians, internal medicine and family medicine physicians
  • A wide range of specialty care, including gastrointestinal, obstetrics/gynecology, and bariatric services
  • Urgent care, with weekend and extended-day hours
  • Imaging services, including general X-ray and ultrasound
  • Laboratory services
  • Digital mobile mammography

“Throughout the many years that Columbia St. Mary's has served the Grafton community, we've paid very close attention to what our patients want and need,” said David Olson, President of Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital Ozaukee. ”This new clinic is a response to what we have heard, and it will allow us to enhance the healthcare we currently provide to the many Columbia St. Mary’s patients that call Grafton home.”

The clinic will make health screenings and other preventive care more accessible to Grafton-area patients. It will be equipped to perform colonoscopies, a key screening for the early detection of colorectal cancer, and upper GI endoscopies, which are used to diagnose and treat digestive disorders.

The clinic will also serve as the home base for a new 38-foot mobile digital mammography vehicle that will provide state-of-the-art digital mammograms. “We are excited to bring digital mammography to Grafton because it will allow us to expand access to this important screening tool for breast cancer,” Olson said. “With the new mobile unit, we will be able to offer mammography at a convenient, central location as well as at work places and other offsite locations.”

The clinic’s Bariatric Center will also bring to Grafton high quality, comprehensive care for the treatment of obesity. It will be staffed by physicians and providers from Columbia St. Mary's Bariatric Center, which has been designated a “Center of Excellence” by the American Society for Bariatric Surgery (ASBS) and the organization’s Surgical Review Corporation.

“With our new Grafton medical clinic, Community St. Mary's will provide the additional healthcare services that our patients want at a location that is both convenient and accessible,” Olson said. “It marks another milestone in our long-term relationship with the community.”

 

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