SoutheastHealth's new Cape Girardeau, Mo.-based facility, the Southeast Center for Integrated Health Services, celebrated its ribbon cutting, according to a Jan. 12 report from KFVS.
The new $25 million, 70,000-square-foot facility will house Southeast's orthopedic and sports medicine center, as well as a women's integrated health center.
The facility is also expected to create 100 new jobs in the area, according to the report. The center will open to patients on Jan. 16.
The next phase of Southeast's expansion will include the development of a $20 million ASC and a $50 million emergency services department.