Ground broken on new Council Bluffs health clinic

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Posted: Thursday, March 28, 2013 12:00 am

COUNCIL BLUFFS — Alegent Creighton Clinic will break ground Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. for a new clinic at 31st Street and West Broadway.

The health group plans to consolidate two of its Council Bluffs family medicine clinics in the new building.

The new, 28,000-square-foot clinic, scheduled to open in spring 2014, will replace the clinics at 2201 West Broadway and 715 Harmony St. The health system also has a family medicine clinic at 1751 Madison Ave.

“We are committed to providing quality health care to the Council Bluffs community, and this new facility will help us expand our services and provide the best environment for patients to receive the quality care they need,” said Dr. Richard Rolston, president and CEO of Alegent Creighton Clinic. “Consolidating our current clinics into one will also allow us to offer additional specialty services to the community.”

The new clinic will offer family medicine, pediatrics, women's health, physical therapy and specialty services, said Jodi Hoatson, communications and public relations strategist. The building will also house a pharmacy, she said.

Leo A. Daly and Specialized Engineering Solutions worked on the design for the project, and Darland Construction is the general contractor.

Correction: A previous version of this story incorrectly identified Alegent Creighton Clinic.

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