The new $9 million center will include six orthopedic surgeons, 16 clinic rooms, two X-ray rooms and rehabilitation gym space. The new facility will center all orthopedics and sports medicine services in one place.
Construction is expected to take 10 to 14 months and be completed sometime next spring.
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Sanford Health Breaks Ground on $9M Orthopedics & Sports Medicine CenterWritten by Laura Miller | April 13, 2012
Sanford Health broke ground on a new 46,385-squre-foot orthopedics and sports medicine center in Bemidji, Minn., according to a report from The Bemidji Pioneer.
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