Extraordinary Visions Building Project
Tour the Site: Videos show building-in-progress
Since breaking ground in September 2011, excellent progress has been
made on the $130 million capital project, the biggest in Mary Greeley
Medical Center’s history. Step inside the construction fence with us and see all of the extraordinary progress being made in Phase I of our building project. Brian Dieter, CEO and president of Mary Greeley Medical Center, will guide you on video tours of the six-story patient tower and the two stories on top of the west addition.
|Construction Inside Look: Mary Greeley Medical Center President & CEO Brian Dieter takes you on an inside tour of the hospital's construction project.
||Construction - What to Watch: The new patient tower is scheduled to be open by spring of 2014. Mary Greeley Medical Center President & CEO Brian Dieter explains what to watch for over the coming months of construction.
|Rooftop Garden Tour: A new rooftop garden will provide accessibility to the calming and rejuvenating effects of being in nature and will create a much-needed outdoor healing environment for patients, visitors and staff.
||Patient Room Tour: New, more generously sized patient rooms will feature dedicated zones for medical care, patient living, and family and visitor support. The creation of these distinct areas will help decrease patient anxiety, while increasing safety and comfort.
"It affords me great pleasure, more than
words can express, that I can contribute
something toward the welfare of not only
those in need now, but also for those who
will be here long after we have passed."
- Captain Wallace Greeley, speaking at
the 1916 dedication of the hospital
named in honor of his wife, Mary
Our Extraordinary Vision
Nearly 100 years ago, Captain Wallace Greeley had a vision – a vision for exceptional care for those in Story County and beyond.
Seventy-five years later, hospital leadership – along with Dr. Bliss – shared a vision for a comprehensive cancer center in central Iowa.
And in the mid-1990s, the Israel family and others had a vision to provide hospice care – a place where our loved ones could spend their last days with dignity and in peace.
Today, we have our own extraordinary vision – a vision that will transform our facilities to meet the needs of our patients, visitors, physicians and staff now and well into the future.
This $129 million project is by far the largest initiative ever undertaken by the hospital and will help us to provide the healing environment everyone who comes through our doors deserves.
Please thoughtfully consider how you can help us make this extraordinary vision a reality.