Full length shot of a medical team pushing a patient down the hallway in a gurney

Anderson Goshen Campus - A Preliminary View

Anderson Healthcare is pleased to announce plans to expand access to medical services in the Metro East. The expansion involves development of a 10-acre parcel of land on Goshen Road in Edwardsville across from the YMCA Goshen Center. The planning objectives are to create a medical office campus within the Town Center development for the benefit of the surrounding community as well as future developments within in the limits of the I-55 corridor planning area. The medical campus will be walkable for future residents in the Town Center and neighboring residential proposed districts.

Project Highlights:

  • The medical complex will be known as Anderson Goshen Campus. The first building will be a one-story
    ambulatory surgical treatment center and pediatric specialty clinic located on the southwest corner of the site. The surgery center will provide an array of services for both adults and children.
  • SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital has signed a letter of intent with Anderson Hospital to be the
    pediatric partner, in partnership with SLUCare Physician Group, in this unique facility.
  • The surgical center will include private patient pre- and post-operative areas, two operating rooms and a
    procedure room.
  • A lab draw station and diagnostic imaging equipment will be on-site to complement surgical services, as well as
    provide an additional outpatient service to local residents.
  • Future plans for the property include three additional buildings which may be a physician office building, urgent
    care center and imaging center.

Project Timeline:

The new ambulatory surgical treatment center and pediatric specialty clinic is subject to approval by the Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board. Anderson Hospital anticipates approval from the state by the end of 2018 with groundbreaking expected in early 2019.

  • Certificate of Need (CON) to State of Illinois -- July 2018
  • CON approved -- Fall 2018
  • Groundbreaking -- Spring 2019

Project Cost:

  • $8.5 million (projected)

To see picture mockups of the Goshen Campus, click here.