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Groundbreaking of new health clinic

Mulberry Health Clinic 

In coordination with UnityPoint Health - Trinity Muscatine and the Muscatine Health Support Fund, the Community Foundation is leading a $20 million project to build a new three floor, 42,000 square-foot health clinic facility that is owned by the Community Foundation, operated by UnityPoint Clinic and connected to the UnityPoint Health - Trinity Muscatine Hospital. 

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Rendering of new health clinic

Project Goals

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Maintain a safe facility for health care professionals to practice and patients to receive their care.

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Improve the ability to recruit and retain health care professionals to our rural community.

Pictured above: rendering of new clinic building 

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Ensure continued local presence of quality primary health care.

Latest Update

We celebrated the official "topping out" of the new Mulberry Health Clinic facility, marking the completion of the steel construction phase of the project. 

To commemorate this exciting milestone, donors were invited to sign a structural beam at the Community Foundation of Greater Muscatine while Trinity team members, Trinity Muscatine Foundation board members, and Trinity Muscatine Friends’ board members were invited to sign a joining beam at UnityPoint Health® – Trinity Muscatine. These two beams were placed and secured together at the construction site and mark a major milestone for the project and the future of healthcare in Muscatine.

Topping Out Video

Topping Out Press Release

The new facility will include 71 exam rooms, 5 treatment rooms, 6 patient intake rooms, 25 provider offices, administrative offices, conference room, and a diabetic education room. Construction is expected to continue through fall 2024. 

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Pictured above: "Topping out" of the new Mulberry Health Clinic 


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...and many other individual and business donors!

More than $14 million in philanthropic funds have been pledged and donated to the project. Fundraising efforts continue to offset the $20 million building project. If you would like to support this project financially, please contact Jamie Leza at the Community Foundation at or by calling 563-264-3863.

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