Rogers Memorial Hospital recently purchased a medical office building in Oconomowoc that was formerly occupied by ProHealth Care, and plans to shift its outpatient treatment program there from its existing Oconomowoc facility.
Rogers Memorial purchased the 20,988-square-foot building on a 2.5-acre site at 1205 Corporate Center Drive from an affiliate of Menomonee Falls-based Continental Properties Company Inc. for $1.45 million, according to state records. Ned Purtell and Kate Hanson of RFP Commercial brokered the deal for Continental Properties.
The building has been vacant for about eight months, Purtell said. ProHealth Care and its affiliated doctors gradually moved out of the building after ProHealth Care opened a larger facility nearby, he said.
Rogers Memorial plans to move its intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization program from its existing Oconomowoc facility at 34700 Valley Road to the Corporate Center Drive facility, said spokeswoman Sarah Meekma.
Rogers Memorial treats behavioral health patients and has facilities in Oconomowoc, Brown Deer, West Allis, Kenosha, Madison and Tampa, Fla.