5:30-7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 18
803 S. Main St., Moscow
Tour new and expanded locations for:
Refreshments will be provided.
Gritman Medical Center is expanding to further meet the health care needs of our community, developing clinic spaces that make it easier for patients to access like services at the same location.
The expansion of services at our new downtown facility, the C.L. Gritman Medical Office Building, is the next phase in our ongoing commitment to exceptional patient care. It is funded entirely by Gritman and our generous philanthropic partners so we can further meet the needs of the community – now and in the future.
We’re committed to providing access to compassionate reliable health care. Expanding the specialty services at the C.L. Gritman Medical Office Building follows through on that commitment. Building the future of patient care ensures more patients stay right here in the community for both healing and recovery.
Project at a glance:
Portions of the C.L. Gritman Medical Office Building at 803 S. Main St. were intentionally left unfinished when it opened in 2017. Completing buildout now creates opportunities for additional clinic space growth in the future.
Spring 2022: Beatriz and Ed Schweitzer donation of $750,000 creates foundation for Palouse Neurology buildout.
2020-22: Architecture and planning
Fall 2022: Construction
Mid-2023: Grand opening (services operational)
General Contractor: Sletten Construction with offices in Boise.
As we reflect on 125 years as the region’s health care leader, we continue to have an eye toward the future – ensuring our patients always have access to the advanced technology and compassionate expertise that comes with providing exceptional care.
The buildout of our downtown medical office building is the next phase of that commitment to ensuring the health of people in our communities, a mission that wouldn’t be possible without the generous support of our philanthropic partners throughout the region.Contribute to the Future of Patient Care
Our 2022-23 construction project improves patient access across multiple specialty care services and makes it easier for patients to access care all in one place.