American Indian Health Clinic Expansion is Complete
$14.7 Million Expansion is Complete and the Building is in Business
The Fond Du Lac Human services held their Dedication Ceremony today after the 14.7 million dollar expansion of the Center for American Indian Resources Building.
The Fond Du Lac Human Services had outgrown their space, and started planning for an expansion back in 2012. After years of planning the Ground breaking Happened in August of 2015, and now, the new CAIR facility is finally open
The Dedication ceremony began with a tour of the new building. The new expansion has added 30,000 square feet of new space for the clinic, and offers 26 new parking spaces. The new space has an bigger lab, pharmacy, and x-rays on site.
“It’s been a long process, long planning, meetings that have lead to this great facility. Really excited to share with the community and all the patients that will be coming in and out as well,” said Nate Sandman, the Associate Director of Fond Du Lac Human Services.
The Fond Du Lac Human Services Division has been providing health care to Native Americans for almost 3 decades.
The dedication also included a pipe ceremony and a Native American Drum Group.