Wildhorse Surgical to build new offices in Cranbrook

The trendy new offices will be constructed and inspired by custom home builder, Element Homes.

Real estate sign announcing new home of Wildhorse Surgical.

New medical offices will be constructed along Cranbrook's Victoria Avenue, adjacent to the TD Bank and across from the popular Hot Shots Cafe. — Photo courtesy Kootenay Business

Watch for new medical offices to be constructed along Cranbrook’s busy Victoria Avenue, adjacent to the TD bank and across from the popular Hot Shots Café.

Called Wildhorse Surgical, the new professional offices will be home to Dr. Robert Mondin and Dr. Ryan Cain. The trendy new offices will be constructed and inspired by custom home builder, Element Homes.

Realtors Dean Beck and Brad McInnes are looking after the lease and real estate management of the property. There will be additional land available at the site for complimentary development.

Both surgeons specialize in head and neck surgery including facial, plastic and reconstructive surgery. 

Watch for more details as this new development ramps up.

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