Health system building $9.8M integrated care facility
A local health system will break ground tomorrow on a $9.8-million integrated care facility in the area.
Construction on the new Spectrum Health Integrated Care Campus, or ICC, in Ada Village will begin with a groundbreaking ceremony at its future home, at 7128 Fulton St. E.
The new facility is expected to open in the winter of 2018.
The two story, 24,000-square-foot facility will provide patients with various health care services: primary care; women’s health; radiology; a lab; and outpatient rehab.
Additionally, occupational health services currently offered at neighboring Amway facilities will be relocated to the ICC in Ada.
“We are looking forward to being a part of the renaissance that is underway in Ada,” said Seth Wolk, Spectrum Health Medical Group president and Spectrum Health chief medical officer. “This is a wonderful community, and we are proud to be able to offer our services in a convenient location closer to home for many of our patients.”
The Ada facility is the sixth integrated care campus by Spectrum Health, joining campuses in Holland, Grand Rapids, Ionia and campuses under construction in North Muskegon and Rockford.
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Headquartered in Grand Rapids, Spectrum Health comprises, in part, 12 hospitals and 179 ambulatory and service sites, and it is West Michigan’s largest employer with 25,100 workers.
The nonprofit health system said it provided more than $326 million in “community benefit” during its 2016 fiscal year.
It was named one of the nation’s top 15 health systems by Truven Health Analytics for 2016.