Heartland Women's Healthcare Gets New Complex

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Just yesterday, Heartland Womens Healthcare had reason to celebrate! An apartment complex in the 900 block of East Walnut Street in Carbondale, Illinois...

Just yesterday, Heartland Women’s Healthcare had reason to celebrate! An apartment complex in the 900 block of East Walnut Street in Carbondale, Illinois will soon become a new retail and medical complex.

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Specifically, the facility will be a 25,000 square-foot center. 7,000 square feet will be dedicated to Heartland’s Ob/GYN clinic, while the additional space is still up for grabs for other tenants.

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Dr. Michael Schifano, founding doctor and managing partner of Heartland Women’s Healthcare, has recently said that a restaurant is in the final stages of joining the complex, but said restaurant wasn’t named. Interestingly enough, Heartland was given the opportunity to build a free-standing building, much like several of its other 22 locations that are present in the southern part of Illinois, but decided to try something different.

Schifano recently stated, “When we were approached with the opportunity to regentrify the city and really dig in with the city, we jumped at the opportunity,” he said. “We just feel it is so needed in this community.”

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While the building is scheduled to be completed in the next four to six months, it should eventually become one of Heartland’s premier locations. The capacity will be equipped to have more patients for same-day and last-minute appointments.

Currently, Heartland Women’s Healthcare location has been delivering 30 to 40 babies. This number is expected to increase once the new development opens. 

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