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Redwood Area Hospital officially joins Carris Health

REDWOOD FALLS -- Final agreements have been signed to sell Redwood Area Hospital to Carris Health as of Jan. 1. The completion of the paperwork by the city of Redwood Falls, Carris Health and CentraCare Health has been a year in the making. "We a...

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REDWOOD FALLS - Final agreements have been signed to sell Redwood Area Hospital to Carris Health as of Jan. 1.

The completion of the paperwork by the city of Redwood Falls, Carris Health and CentraCare Health has been a year in the making.

"We are stronger together as Carris Health - Redwood," Bryan Lydick, Carris Health - Redwood administrator, said in a news release. "We are excited to begin 2019 providing our community with the best care possible as a stronger network of care delivery."

Patients can expect to see an immediate change in the name on their bills from Redwood Area Hospital to Carris Health - Redwood, effective Jan. 1. At the hospital, Pavilion and Seasons phones will be answered as Carris Health - Redwood starting Jan. 1. The complete switch in name and branding of the hospital will evolve through the coming months.

Along with the transfer of ownership to Carris Health comes a commitment to bring both the hospital and clinic together under one roof in a new medical campus. The site for the new Carris Health - Redwood campus was announced in December, located east of St. John School on County Road 24. The building project is expected to break ground in the spring with completion in 2021.

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