South Bend-based Beacon Health continues to grow its footprint across northern Indiana. The system has opened a 20,000-square-foot, nearly $12 million healthcare center in Goshen.
Beacon says it is responding to the growing demand for outpatient services. The Beacon Goshen Outpatient Center will include urgent care, an imaging center, physical therapy, and a range of specialists.
The facility will use kiosks for patient check-ins.
“The goal of the kiosks is to provide a contactless registration experience for our patients. Patients are coming to appointments to see their physician or provider. They don’t want to spend the majority of their valuable time getting registered,” said Molly Kelly, Beacon Executive Director of Retail Operations.
The Goshen facility features an open MRI, which is designed for larger patients or those who are uncomfortable in enclosed spaces.