After months of collaboration with the city of Mustang, St. Anthony Hospital, in partnership with Miller Neff Development, announced Wednesday it will build a $30 million medical campus in Mustang.
Construction on the 90,000-square-foot building is expected to begin in May at the corner of State Highway 152 and Sara Road and should open by mid-2014.
The complex will be Mustang’s first hospital, and will include a full service emergency room, diagnostic imaging center, procedure suites, and breast center.
The second floor will be occupied by St. Anthony Physicians Group primary care physicians and specialist physicians.
The Mustang hospital will be similar to the successful St. Anthony Healthplex campuses that opened earlier this year in east and south Oklahoma City featuring the state’s only freestanding emergency rooms. The hospital will employ 75 people.
“Our focus is always on providing exceptional patient care,” said Joe Hodges, regional president with SSM Health Care Oklahoma. “We have enjoyed working in collaboration with the visionary city officials in Mustang to develop a medical campus model that will provide accessible health care with attention to high levels of customer service to the community.”
Mustang, west of Oklahoma City, saw its population grow by 3.5 percent the past decade to 18,000 residents, and such growth was cited by St. Anthony in its upcoming expansion.
David Neff and Darin Miller, with Miller Neff Development, worked with St. Anthony and Mustang officials in planning for the hospital.
Jason Givens will serve as the project manager with Miller Architects to provide architectural and engineering design services on the buildings.
“This health care facility is a welcome addition to our community,” said Mustang City Manager Mike Rutledge. “The spirit of collaboration between city of Mustang officials, St. Anthony and Miller Neff Development has been excellent, and we are confident the range of services will meet the needs of the residents.”
Mustang Mayor Jay Adams concurred, adding the St. Anthony medical complex will have “a significant impact” on the community’s quality of life and economy.