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Health system breaks ground on integrated care facility

November 11, 2015
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Spectrum Health Integrated Care Campus Muskegon partial rendering
A partial rendering of the single story, 30,000-square-foot Spectrum Health Integrated Care Campus north of Muskegon. Courtesy Spectrum Health

A health system is breaking ground this week on a 30,000-square-foot integrated care facility in the region.

Spectrum Health will host a groundbreaking event this Friday at 9 a.m. for its single-story Integrated Care Campus, or ICC, north of Muskegon, at 2009 Holton Rd.

The ICC will provide patients with primary care, radiology, endoscopy, rehabilitation and lab services.

The facility is expected to open next fall.

The ICC is being designed by Diekema Hamann and constructed by Rockford Construction in Grand Rapids.

Spectrum Health is working with the Muskegon County Habitat for Humanity – ReStore to salvage materials from buildings that currently sit on the property.

Integrated care campuses

Dr. Seth Wolk, president of Spectrum Health Medical Group, said the new facility will “open the door to care from medical experts throughout our system.”

Spectrum Health said its integrated care campuses benefit patients, because they decrease the need to travel from location to location. Instead, patients can receive multiple health care services under one roof.

The Muskegon-area facility will be the fourth integrated care campus constructed by Spectrum Health.

Spectrum Health constructed its first ICC in 2012 in Holland, at 588 E. Lakewood Blvd., and in 2014 opened an ICC in Grand Rapids on East Beltline.

An ICC in Ionia is under construction and is expected to open next spring.

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