Yanik was selected by Renville County Hospital and Clinics (RCH) to serve as Owner’s Representative for their replacement Critical Access Hospital. Planning began in early 2013.
The proposed facility will be approximately 62,000 square feet, including a Primary Clinic with 18 exam rooms and one procedure room, Outpatient and specialty clinics, lab, radiology, therapy, 16 inpatient beds (includes two OB and one hospice), two operating rooms, and an education center.
RCH opened the doors of its 41-bed hospital on January 21, 1951. Since that time they have expanded several times to meet the healthcare needs of their community. A three-phase project began in 1975 with the addition of a new wing, followed with a new lab and x-ray in 1979, and a new surgical and obstetrical addition in 1984.
Continuing to meet the needs of its community, RCH added a new outpatient and emergency center in 1996, and in 1999 the obstetrical suites were remodeled. In 2010, they updated their HER system to integrate the hospital and clinics and to satisfy reimbursement obligations.
Located approximately 90 miles west of the Twin Cities, the rural town of Olivia, Minnesota is known as the Corn Capital of the World. It is both the largest town in Renville County and the County Seat. Renville County is the richest agricultural county in Minnesota, as well as a leader in agricultural innovation.
Yanik’s Owner’s Representative services include providing assistance in site planning and acquisition, project design, contracts, budget, and project management. Construction is anticipated to begin spring 2014, and to be completed August 2015.