Spectrum Health Continuing Care Announces New Physicians
Spectrum Health Continuing Care has contracted with West Michigan Long Term Care Partners to provide physician services for Spectrum Health Rehab and Nursing Centers, and Spectrum Health Neuro Rehab Services – Residential.’
Maciej Solarewicz, MD, and Krystyna Solarewicz, MD, of West Michigan Long Term Care Partners began their roles with Spectrum Health Continuing Care at the start of the new year. Both are internal medicine physicians with extensive experience in rehabilitation services. They most recently have worked for Spectrum Health’s Reed City, United and Kelsey hospitals. Dr. Krystyna Solarewicz most recently worked at Spectrum Health Special Care Hospital. West Michigan Long Term Care Partner’s staff also includes nurse practitioners and physician assistants.
In addition, Dr. Maciej Solarewicz will serve as medical director for Spectrum Health Rehab and Nursing Centers and Spectrum Health Neuro Rehab – Residential.’
“Both Maciej and Krystyna have a passion for rehabilitation medicine and a reputation for excellent patient care,” said Jeffery S. Lemon, president, Spectrum Health Continuing Care. “Their exceptional skills will enable us to provide our residents with accessible, timely, high quality medical services.”
The husband and wife team earned their medical degrees in Poland and have completed medical residencies in the United States.
Spectrum Health Continuing Care is the region’s largest provider of long term acute, rehabilitative, skilled nursing, home and residential care services. For more information about Spectrum Health Continuing Care, please visit continuing.spectrum-health.org/.
Spectrum Health is a not-for-profit health system in West Michigan that offers a full continuum of care through its seven hospitals, more than 140 service sites and Priority Health, a health plan with nearly 500,000 members. Spectrum Health’s 14,000 employees, 1,500 medical staff members and 2,000 volunteers are committed to delivering the highest quality care to those in medical need.’The organization provided $111.1 million in community benefit during its 2008 fiscal year. As a system, Spectrum Health has earned more than 100 awards during the past 10 years.