McLean County Orthopedics' new $31M headquarters opens: 5 things to know

Written by Mary Rechtoris | August 30, 2016 | Print  | Email

The Center for Integrated Wellness opened on Aug. 27 in Bloomington, Ill., according to Club Industry.

Here are five things to know:


1. The Center for Integrated Wellness is a joint program between Bloomington-based McLean County Orthopedics; Advocate BroMenn Medical Center in Normal, Ill.; Signet Enterprises, which has offices in Ohio and Florida; as well as Method Sports Performance and Sequoia Wellness.


2. Signet Enterprises financed the $31 million center and will manage it.


3. The center will serve as the McLean County Orthopaedics' new headquarters. The new center allows the orthopedic practice to consolidate into one location.


4. The 105,000-square-foot facility broke ground in May 2015.


5. The center features a sports-performance institute, an orthopedic center, an imaging center and physician offices. The center will also offer preventative health and wellness program as well as community education.


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