University of Minnesota Health

All images by Craig Dugan Photography

The University of Minnesota Health team held the grand opening celebration for its new Clinics & Surgery Center last Tuesday and media across the region and the health industry has been paying attention. The outpatient center is a destination ambulatory care center designed to elevate an inter-professional care delivery model while providing an entirely new type of patient experience that introduces improved care delivery models, patient flows and turnaround of outpatient procedures. The five-story, 342,000 sf outpatient center in also uniquely designed with innovative ideas pulled from consumer industries including retail, air travel and corporate workplace design to orchestrate a patient experience that promotes personalization, convenience and the elimination of touchpoints.

Key media hits to date include stories from:

Health Facility Management: Ambulatory Center Borrows Design Ideas from Retail, Airline Industries

Becker’s Hospital Review: University of Minnesota Health Opens Health Clinics and Surgery Center

Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal: New $165M University of Minnesota Surgery Center has no check-in desk but lots of light

Lab Design Newsletter: M Health Clinics and Surgery Center Opens

Kare 11: Accessible, Convenient Care at New Facility (Video with Mike Pukszta)

Medical Construction & Design: Minnesota Health Clinics and Surgery Center to Improve Care Delivery, Patient Experience

The M Health facility has been previously covered by QZ.com and both Health Facilities Management and Medical Construction + Design in larger trend stories. Becker’s Hospital Review is slated to feature the facility’s focus on staff spaces in its April issue as well.