Spectrum Health Medical Group, Spectrum Health System
Spectrum Health Opens North Muskegon Facility
New facility offers care closer to home for Muskegon residents
December 9, 2016
Spectrum Health will celebrate the opening of its newest integrated care campus this week.
The public is invited to visit the Integrated Care Campus at North Muskegon for an open house on Thursday, December 8, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
The new 30,000 square foot, single story facility is located north of Muskegon at 2009 Holton Road, at the intersection of Holton and Roberts Road.
“We are very excited to be able to bring a wider scope of quality health services to our patients in this part of West Michigan,” said Seth Wolk, MD, System Chief Medical Officer, Spectrum Health, and President, Spectrum Health Medical Group. “Integrated care centers help patients to receive quality care locally – close to home and from providers they know and trust.”
An integrated care campus is designed to enhance the patient experience. Patients can avoid traveling from location to location for additional health services. Providers are located together in a state-of-the-art facility and are easily available for consultation when needed.
Spectrum Health Medical Group Family & Internal Medicine, previously located at 2009 Holton Road in Muskegon, will relocate into the new facility as of Monday, December 12.
Services available at Integrated Care Campus at North Muskegon include:
- Family Medicine
- Internal Medicine
- Outpatient Rehabilitation
- Pediatric Endocrinology
- Vascular and Vein
The ICC will be open to patients beginning Monday, December 12.
Spectrum Health constructed its first integrated care campus in 2012 in Holland. The Integrated Care Campus at East Beltline in Grand Rapids opened in 2014 and the Integrated Care Campus in Ionia opened in June of this year. Facilities in Ada and Rockford began construction earlier this fall.
The center was designed by Diekema Hamann and constructed by Rockford Construction. In the early phases of the project, Spectrum Health worked with the Muskegon County Habitat for Humanity – ReStore to salvage materials from buildings that were removed from the property.
Spectrum Health is a not-for-profit health system, based in West Michigan, offering a full continuum of care through the Spectrum Health Hospital Group, which is comprised of 12 hospitals, including Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital; 180 ambulatory and service sites; 3,600 physicians and advanced practice providers, including 1,500 members of the Spectrum Health Medical Group; and Priority Health, a health plan with 779,000 members. Spectrum Health is West Michigan’s largest employer, with 26,000 employees. The organization provided $372 million in community benefit during its 2017 fiscal year. Spectrum Health was named one of the nation’s 15 Top Health Systems—and in the top five among the largest health systems—in 2017 by Truven Health Analytics®, part of IBM Watson HealthTM. This is the sixth time the organization has received this recognition.