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Ladysmith campus beginning to take shape

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The Ladysmith campus project is starting to come to life.

The Ladysmith campus project is starting to come to life. Precast panels now surround the future two-story medical campus enclosing the structure to allow for crews to work on the interior during the colder winter months. The precast panels going up moves the project one step closer toward serving patients at a new location.

The new facility in Ladysmith will enhance the level of care provided locally. Already because of the plans for the campus, there has been successful recruitment and retention of locally-based primary care providers, expansion of outreach specialty care offered locally and investment in state-of-the-art technologies, including 3D mammography, telestroke and bone density equipment.

Marshfield Clinic Health System is proud to continue to invest in rural communities. The new Marshfield Medical Center-Ladysmith will include approximately 75,000 square feet of departmental space and, with circulation and support areas, span almost 100,000 square feet overall. This contemporary, high-tech and patient-focused facility will include space for the Critical Access Hospital, medical offices, local physicians and for visiting clinicians to practice.

The new campus will be located on an almost 11-acre parcel of land on the Flambeau River. Everyone who enters the facility will enjoy a welcoming, natural setting and beautiful views. The campus is expected to be complete in the first quarter of 2023.

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