Beacon to build $21.7 million outpatient center in downtown Mishawaka

MISHAWAKA, Ind. -- Beacon Health System has announced it will begin construction this summer on a new $21.7 million outpatient center on the northeast corner of Lincolnway East and Church Street in downtown Mishawaka.

The Beacon Mishawaka Outpatient Center will be a two-story, 25,500-square-foot facility designed to provide a range of healthcare services.

Officials say Beacon Medical Group primary care and select specialty physicians will be housed in the outpatient center.

Patients will have access to MRI, X-ray, CT scan, mammography and ultrasound, as well as exam and procedure rooms equipped with diagnostic and treatment technologies on the upper level.

Officials say the main level will focus on physical therapy services, including orthopedic rehabilitation, pre- and post-surgical care, and other therapies.

Parking will be available between Main and Church Streets.

"This new location is driven by growing patient demand not only for care close to home, but also for convenient access to outpatient services, including physician visits, procedures, diagnostics and imaging,” said Chief Strategy and Digital Growth Officer Diane Maas. “Building in the heart of downtown Mishawaka underscores our commitment to improving patient access and delivering convenient health care."

Demolition of the former PNC bank and the Mishawaka Utilities business office building on the site is scheduled to start in early August.

Construction of the new outpatient center will start in early September with officials anticipating doors to open in early 2026.

"Beacon Health System’s state-of-the-art facility will not only bring essential healthcare services closer to our residents, but also revitalize a key corner of our city at Lincolnway and Church Street,” said Mishawaka Mayor Dave Wood. “We are committed to fostering a healthier community, and this outpatient center is a testament to our ongoing dedication to the well-being and prosperity of Mishawaka."

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