Summit Expands To Serve Patients With A New Lakeville Location

Summit Orthopedics is expanding its south metro footprint to the city of Lakeville in early 2022.

Growing Orthopedic Provider Expanding into South Suburb

Summit is in the planning and development stages to open another state-of-the-art orthopedic care clinic, this time in the city of Lakeville.

The undeveloped site just off 1-35 and Kenwood Trail was strategically chosen by Summit’s leadership team with help from Excelsior Advisory, a local real estate consulting firm. A commercial boom in recent years has been driving residential growth in the area, which has created a demand for specialty care clinics to support the rapidly expanding community.

“Developed to meet the orthopedic needs of the growing south metro community,” says Dr. Robert Anderson, orthopedic hand surgeon and president of Summit Orthopedics, “our new Lakeville location will deliver convenient care that is personal by design. No matter what your goals are for a healthier, more active lifestyle, we are here to support you.”

The 25,000-square-foot building will offer patients advanced subspecialty orthopedic, sports, and spine care, as well as walk-in orthopedic urgent care through the OrthoQUICK clinic, open seven days a week, from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Additionally, it will be home to a procedure suite for therapeutic joint injections, regenerative medicine, imaging services (MRI/X-ray), and physical and hand therapy.

Plans for this new healthcare facility are yet to be set in stone, but a few key members have been chosen for the project team. Summit Orthopedics is the sole tenant, Pope Architects is heading architectural design, and MSP Commercial has signed on as developer, owner, and property manager. Along with Excelsior Advisory, these companies have a successful history with Summit Orthopedics. Recent projects include Landmark Surgery Center in Woodbury in 2019 and the nearly 70,000-square­foot ambulatory surgery center and clinic in Eagan in 2017.

Base building construction is scheduled to start in just a few months, mid to late spring 2021. Summit Orthopedics is expecting to treat their first patients in the new Lakeville clinic in January of 2022.

Summit Orthopedics supports healthy communities

Community health flourishes when specialized orthopedic care is conveniently available close to home. Summit Orthopedics is proud of our fellowship-trained subspecialty teams offering the full spectrum of orthopedic expertise in bone, tendon, ligament, muscle, and joint conditions—in addition to our wellness, prevention, and rehabilitation services. We have the expertise to proactively improve fitness, evaluate discomfort, and deliver personalized treatment to quickly and safely return you to the lifestyle you love.

Start your journey to a healthier, more active self. Visit our Facebook page to learn about our wellness services and schedule a free wellness consultation online. Find your orthopedic expert, request an appointment online, or call us at (651) 968–5201 to schedule a consultation.

Summit has convenient locations across the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area, serving Minnesota and western Wisconsin. We have state-of-the-art centers for comprehensive orthopedic care in Eagan, MNPlymouth, MN, Vadnais Heights, MN, and Woodbury, MN, as well as additional community clinics throughout the metro and southern Minnesota.

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