Sanford Health undertook a large effort to not only build a new, state-of-the-art clinic in Moorhead, Minnesota, but to also re-imagine the delivery of healthcare in the 21st century. This grand undertaking led to a new prototype for the Sanford Health Clinical Model, and the construction of a 49,250 square foot, $11.2 million-dollar facility to serve the people of Moorhead and the surrounding Minnesota communities. The first of its kind in the Sanford system, Moorhead Clinic follows a collaborative, onstage-offstage, care delivery model that makes clinic visits more efficient for the Providers and less time-consuming for the Patient. The project includes 48 exam rooms organized into separate, flexible neighborhoods that each contain a procedure room and staff workspaces. Within the design, there is space shelled for a future exam room neighborhood, giving the Owner flexibility to expand as the market dictates. Furthermore, there is a large diagnostic wing dedicated to laboratory spaces, a radiology suite, occupational medicine, and a large pharmacy. The building’s exterior articulation reflects the Sanford Gothic style, and the interior design creates well-defined, yet efficient and understated spaces that promote well-being and healing.