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Saltzer Health Ten Mile Medical Campus completes in Meridian, Idaho

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Saltzer Health Ten Mile Medical Campus completes in Meridian, Idaho

Cushing Terrell designed the project.


By David Malone, Managing Editor | October 4, 2021
Saltzer Health Ten Mile Medical Center exterior
All photos: Bob Pluckebaum/Pluckebaum Studios

The new 147,695-sf Saltzer Health Ten Mile Medical Campus has completed in Meridian, Idaho.

The four-story project will provide an array of specialty clinics in an easily accessible and welcoming medical campus. The facility will include a five-room outpatient surgery center, physical therapy, gastroenterology, endoscopy, urgent care, family medicine, and a five-modality medical imaging center.

Saltzer Health Ten Mile Medical Center urgent care

The design of the project is wholly patient centered, focusing on ease of access to services, efficient space layout, and modern interior design. The project fills the need for high-quality, state-of-the-art health care in the fast-growing areas of Meridian and Nampa.

The project team also included Oakland Construction (contractor), Horrocks Engineers (civil engineer), BVA Development (developer), SE-Charlton Consulting (structural engineers), PVE Inc. (mechanical and electrical engineer), Bear Design Group (landscape architect), and KovichCo (interior designer).

Saltzer Health Ten Mile Medical Center urgent care waiting

Saltzer Health Ten Mile Medical Center lab space

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