Construction begins on new Saint Alphonsus medical office, Idaho

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Construction has broken ground on the new Saint Alphonsus medical office in Caldwell, Idaho. The four-story facility will cover 54,800 square feet and will be put up on an 18-acre site. Planned by Medical Health Plaza, the facility is expected to offer primary and urgent care. Additionally, it will offer speciality services. These include general surgery, cardiology and orthopaedic medicine. Furthermore, there will be ear, nose and throat, sports, podiatry and occupational medicine. The new facility will also provide imaging and lab services. These include mammography, X-ray and ultrasound services.

Located at 712 Aviation Way at the Franklin Road and Aviation Way intersection, six out of the 18 acres will be allocated to the 320 parking lot space. Construction is expected to take 20 months. This sets the completion date in September 2025. Approximately 34 physicians and healthcare providers are planned to staff the medical office building. This new facility will have enough acreage to ensure the capacity to expand as the growth in the community dictates.

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The interior clinic space features a modular pod design. This allows the space to adapt to the growth and demand for speciality services. It will minimize additional construction costs otherwise required under a more traditional building model.

“At Saint Alphonsus, we are committed to ensuring the communities we serve have access to exceptional high-quality health care when, where, and how they need it,” Odette Bolano, President and CEO of West Region for Trinity Health said. “Our commitment is to develop an innovative medical facility with a sustainable design that enables the residents of Canyon County and the surrounding region to experience exceptional and accessible primary and speciality care close to home.”