Twin Cities Orthopedics is opening up a new facility in Edina. The new offices will bring surgeons, physical therapists and other orthopedic specialists together in the new 75,000-square-foot building that is not only convenient, but also eco friendly.

The building includes sustainable features, such as a green roof, high-efficiency heating and cooling systems, rainwater harvesting for irrigation, high-efficiency lighting, low-flow plumbing and more. Twin Cities Orthopedics is seeking federal LEED certification for the building because of its many “green” features.

In addition, the new building is patient-friendly, with four “pods” that include their own waiting area, exam room, X-ray station and cast room. This layout allows more coordinated care among the three doctors in each pod and offers a more streamlined experience for the patient.

“A team of talented people made this building possible,” said Dr. David Holte, president of Twin Cities Orthopedics. “Our physicians and administrators collaborated with the architects to allow patients to get the care they need at one location, without going from building to building.”

The office will also house a sports medicine clinic, same-day surgery center, MRI, and special therapy services for hand, neck and back conditions.

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