At Rutland Regional, we are continually looking for ways to meet the needs of our community, and making improvements as well as building new facilities help us meet those needs. Over our 120+ year history, the hospital has been renovated and grown in size in order to better serve the changing needs of our patients and our community. Here you will find information on current and new construction projects as well as updates to important equipment.
Thomas W. Huebner Medical Office Building
On April 8, 2019, the construction phase officially began on the new Medical Office Building, which is named the Thomas W. Huebner Medical Office Building in honor of our former President and CEO Tom Huebner.
On April 22, there was a ground-breaking ceremony in the back-parking lot next to the site. Attendees included Governor Phil Scott, Vermont Congressman Peter Welch, Pollaidh Major from US Senator Patrick Leahy’s Office, Rutland City Mayor David Allaire, and Tom Huebner, former President and CEO of Rutland Regional.
The two-story structure will house the
Vermont Orthopaedic Clinic (VOC) and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation on the first floor, and ENT & Audiology services on the second floor. It was necessary to create a larger outpatient clinic space to better accommodate the needs of our patients and the hospital. Construction will be done in multiple phases with an expected completion date of June 2020.
The building will be located on the hill between the upper and lower parking lots on the Allen Street side of the Rutland Regional campus.
On July 19, the structural phase of the construction project was completed with a “topping off” ceremony.
VIDEO Future Projects
Rutland Regional has several other facility updates in the pipeline, including: