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Franciscan Health Michigan City Taking Shape

The 86-acre site at the corner of I-94 and US 421 is taking shape as the new home of Franciscan Health Michigan City. The 420,000 square foot facility will house 108 patient beds and will have obstetric services, a cardiac program, inpatient rehabilitation and behavioral health services in the main tower, and adjacent space for outpatient services and medical offices reflective of current trends. Tonn and Blank is tracking progress through drone photography and videos. Click here

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Dedication at University of St. Francis

The transformation is complete for the former Greater Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce building and Scottish Rite Center for the University of St. Francis. Classes have begun for the Keith Busse School of Business and Entrepreneurial Leadership and the USF Performing Arts Center.Click here to watch a recap video of these amazing projects.

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Franciscan St. Elizabeth East Groundbreaking

Franciscan St. Elizabeth and Tonn and Blank broke ground on the new West Tower project. The West Tower will be three stories, 106,000 square feet of space, and include 52 new patient beds. Several areas will be expanded or relocated from the Central Campus including expansion of inpatient medical/surgical, relocation of inpatient rehabilitation, expansion of med/surg overflow, relocation/expansion of palliative care suites, Advanced Wound Healing Center, and expanded Outpatient Center.

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