Franciscan Health is holding a groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday for its $50 million, 108,000-square-foot Franciscan Health Stones Crossing micro-hospital, emergency center and outpatient medical complex in Greenwood, Ind.

The fully licensed micro-hospital and emergency center will feature eight inpatient rooms and will provide many of the same services found at Franciscan Health Indianapolis and Mooresville—each located some 12 miles away northeast and southwest of the planned site, respectively—but on a smaller scale.

The emergency center will have several exam rooms, full imaging services and lab support, and the ability to stabilize patients if more acute emergency care or hospital admission is required.

The three-story medical complex (which includes the micro-hospital and emergency center), will provide a range of outpatient and other specialty services, including a diagnostic imaging center; rehabilitation services for physical, occupational and speech therapies; clinical lab services; a specialty clinic offering orthopedics, orthopedic sports medicine, breast care specialists and dermatology; family medicine and internal medicine physician offices; a pediatrics clinic; OBGYN physician offices; a medical spa; a vein center; mammography and bone density testing.

Construction of Franciscan Health Stones Crossing campus is expected to be completed by winter 2018.