In spring of 2000 Major Hospital remodeled and expanded areas of the Medical/Surgical
Inpatient Unit, ICU and Pediatrics. A new care model was adopted that
added state-of-the-art, family oriented, Intensive Care beds, a Progressive
Care Unit and new Pediatrics Unit.
In 2001 Major Hospital opened services in the Junction Plaza Mall located
on East State Road 44. Junction Plaza currently houses Major Hospital’s
Patient Accounts Department, MD Solutions - Major’s physician practice
management group, SportWorks - Major’s outpatient physical therapy
clinic, and in 2005 Major Hospital opened The Sleep Center of Major Hospital.
In summer of 2003 Major Hospital launched another expansion of its downtown
Shelbyville campus by adding a new surgery procedure room, eight surgery
day rooms, four ER exam rooms and a new Ambulance Canopy and entrance.
In the winter of 2003 Major Hospital broke ground on a new campus in the
Intelliplex Development. Major Hospital, in partnership with the City of Shelbyville and Shelby
County, launched Intelliplex as a technology park focused on future economic
development. This 135-acre development includes a 35-acre medical campus,
which will provide for Major Hospital’s future growth and expansion.
Major’s first facility on this new site is the
Benesse Oncology Center and Intelliplex Medical Arts Building. This 46,300 square foot combined facility houses a Cancer Care center
that provides Medical Oncology, Radiation Therapy, and other complementary
care services such as massage therapy, healing gardens and a boutique.
The center is equipped with a state-of-the-art CT Simulator and Linear
Accelerator capable of providing the most advanced forms of radiation
therapy. A separate entry and lobby for access to 14,000 square feet of
medical office space, a digital imaging suite, and video conference room.
In the fall of 2005,
The Sleep Center of Major Hospital opened at 1622 East State Road 44 in the Junction Plaza. The center features
state of the art sleep diagnostic technology services with a comfortable,
The Bariatric Center of Major Hospital opened its new, highly advanced facilities in the medical specialties
wing of the hospital. The center caters to the special needs of Bariatric
surgery patients with the latest technology and personal care.
In 2007 two new additions opened at the
Building and Conference Center opened in January 2007. The building houses the
Internal Medicine Associates practice in one of the second floor wings, and the Law Firm of
McNeely, Stephenson, Thopy and Harrold on the first floor. The Conference Center will allow for large group conferences
to be held just off-site of the Benesse Oncology Center. The second addition
opened in early 2007 was Makuta Technics, a technology company moving
from Columbus, Indiana to the Intelliplex Campus.
In the fall of 2008 ground was broken for the new
ReNovo Orthopaedics Center. This new center will feature the combination of state of the art facilities
and technologies to accommodate the many needs of musculoskeletal patients.
The unique facility will house:
Major Sports Medicine, orthopaedics related primary care practice;
SportWorks, our physical and occupational rehabilitation therapy center and
FORCE-Family Orthopaedics and rehabilitation center an orthopaedic surgical
practice. The ReNovo Center opened in the summer of 2009. Also, in 2008 the new
Major Health Partners branding campaign was launched. This introduced to the public the concept
that the services provided by the MHP Major Hospital family of caregivers
extends far beyond the walls of Major Hospital and is, in fact, a partnership
of the varied healthcare services we offer across our entire enterprise.