Syracuse Area Health’s Weeping Water Clinic is changing its address. Because providing the best care is the primary goal of SAH, the move to a more central location with the addition of a pharmacy is about patient experience, enhanced services, and additional patient resources—all in a convenient, accessible location for the entire region.
The new Syracuse Area Health Clinic & Pharmacy - North Campus will be nearly double the size of the current Weeping Water clinic, allowing providers to serve more patients. The new clinic and pharmacy will be located 3/4 of a mile south of the Hwy 50 and Hwy 1 intersection, on the west side of Hwy 50. The new site will be more visible and accessible so patients in all of the surrounding communities will have better access to convenient, quality care. The new location also promises the ability for continued, long-term growth, evolution and enhanced patient offerings.
The clinic will also boast new and convenient offerings. X-ray services will be added so patients can receive immediate results without the need for added appointments or travel. Plus, a new, on-site retail pharmacy means patients can fill prescriptions before they even leave their appointments. “From a clinic operational perspective, the new building will be quite a bit larger so it has sufficient space for growth for many years to come,” shared Syracuse Area Health CEO Michael Harvey. “It will also include X-ray services, unlike our current facility, as well as a retail pharmacy.” Currently, the region’s closest pharmacies are in Louisville and Syracuse, so this resource is especially advantageous for the area.
In addition to added services and state-of-the-art equipment, more space means an improvement to staff resources, so providers can better coordinate care and treatments—all to provide an even better overall patient experience. “The new clinic & pharmacy will provide easy access for patients across the entire region, including Weeping Water, Elmwood, Murdock, Manley, Avoca, Eagle, Nehawka, Louisville, and all of Cass County,” shared Harvey.
Along with the many tangible improvements, patients can trust the same, personalized care from providers they know. “The staff that patients see currently will move to the new location, so those familiar faces will stay the same—and so will the quality care provided,” Harvey promised. He also said that there are opportunities, in time, to add staff—something that the size of the current Weeping Water location hindered.
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Your donation will positively impact healthcare in Southeast Nebraska.
The Syracuse Area Health Foundation has started a Capital Campaign to support this project, inviting area residents to positively impact the future of healthcare in Southeast Nebraska. Donations or pledges to this important project will benefit residents across the entire region by providing convenient access to quality care and resources. Residents can support Syracuse Area Health’s ongoing commitment to enhance patient care and serve families and neighbors throughout the region.
A donor recognition feature at the new clinic will allow donors to memorialize the name of their family or business. You can make your gift through the Syracuse Area Health Foundation, a tax-exempt, 501 (c)(3) corporation. All gifts are tax deductible in accordance with federal and Nebraska state laws.
For more information, contact Jill Ford, Syracuse Area Health Foundation, at 402.269.7658.
Donations can be mailed to:
Syracuse Area Health Foundation
2731 Healthcare Drive
Syracuse, NE 68446.
Visit SyracuseAreaHealth.com/Foundation to make a donation online.
The new Syracuse Area Health Clinic & Pharmacy - North Campus is scheduled to open in the fall of 2021.