Michigan healthcare system opens new integrated-care campus

June 7, 2017

Michigan's Spectrum Health opened a new integrated-care campus after a 30-year-old medical office building gets $6 million of renovations, according to an article on the MLive website.

The three-story building will house two Spectrum Health Medical Group internal medicine and pediatrics primary care practices and occupational health, rehabilitation, lab and radiology services.

Integrated-care campuses are designed to offer one-stop medical serviec for patients by grouping doctors with diagnostic and treatment services and equipment in one location.

This will be the fifth integrated-care center opened by Spectrum Health in recent years. 

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