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Children’s Wisconsin - Kenosha Clinic

Kenosha, WI

The Children’s Wisconsin Kenosha Clinic is a consolidation of two Kenosha-area primary care clinics, a children’s advocacy center, and a specialty care clinic. Services include primary care, urgent care, imaging/radiology, lab, behavioral health, counseling/visitation, and child advocacy. Specialty services include asthma/allergy, cardiology, dermatology, gastroenterology, urology, ENT and developmental physical therapy.

The site, building location, and internal layout were all designed with expansion in mind in response to the Kenosha area’s growing population, however expansion directions are limited.

The site is bounded on the east by Interstate 94, on the south by existing buildings, and on the west by approximately 0.4 acres of wetland that stretches along much of the 122nd Street frontage. In response, the north side of the building is split and completely removable, allowing for either a one- or two-story future addition.

The Kenosha area community receives many benefits from the brand new, consolidated clinic.




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Accessories Coordination
Adjacency Study
Artwork Coordination
Design Development
Consensus Building
Construction Documents
Full Architecture
Interior Design
Schematic Design
Site Planning
Site Analysis
Space Planning

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