Aurora Health Center - 84South

Health And Convenience

The new mixed-use 84South Development, nearing the end of construction, includes stores, apartments, and offices and the new Ambulatory Health Center for Advocate Aurora Health. Advocate Aurora Health (AAH) continues their mission of delivering high quality, cost effective care with a new 150,000 sf flagship ambulatory surgery and Health Center in the rapidly expanding suburb of Greenfield, Wisconsin. The project creates a multidisciplinary specialty hub, consolidates outpatient facilities, and offers improved access, and convenience for patients in the region.

By adding a location in the southwest suburbs of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Advocate Aurora Health improved access to surgical, imaging, pain management, gastrointestinal, sports medicine, and pediatric services while creating more space for inpatient growth at St. Luke’s Medical Center, their Cardiac/Neuro/Oncology flagship and at West Allis Medical Center, their primary Women’s and Family hospital.

The site required an urban, multistory solution with a 409-stall connected parking facility. Circulation through the site focuses on access and convenience of visitors, with intuitive wayfinding. Advocate Aurora’s brand emphasizes calm, soothing environments that promote health and well-being, and is reflected in the materials and finishes throughout.

Based on a patient-centered, collaborative care model, the new outpatient center co-locates orthopedic exam, office and imaging conveniently at the retail-inspired main entry, with surgical, recovery and pain management services on the floors above. A short elevator ride to the top floor reveals a destination Sports Health Center with views of the surrounding forested neighborhoods. Orthopedic patients rehab together with healthy athletes in a high energy environment that promotes vitality and motivates a return to well-being.

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Location

Greenfield, WI

Building Type

Ambulatory and Clinics, Fitness, Retail, Housing, Mixed Use

Size

150,000 SF


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