Health system opening $13.8M integrated care facility
A health system is opening a new 30,000-square-foot facility in the region.
Spectrum Health is hosting a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house for its $13.8-million integrated care campus, or ICC, in North Muskegon from 5:30-7:30 p.m. tomorrow.
The ICC, at 2009 Holton Rd., will open to patients on Dec. 12.
The ICC is designed to provide services to patients in a satellite community in a modern facility.
The single-story facility will offer a variety of health care services: family and internal medicine; bariatrics; colorectal; endoscopy; gastroenterology; a lab; outpatient rehab; pediatric endocrinology; radiology; and vascular and vein.
The ICC will also house Spectrum Health Medical Group Family & Internal Medicine, which previously operated in a facility at the same location.
“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, 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.”
Firms on the project
The facility was designed by Kalamazoo-based Diekema Hamann, which operates a Grand Rapids office.
Grand Rapids-based Rockford Construction was the contractor on the project.
Some materials from buildings removed from the property were salvaged with assistance from the ReStore team at the Muskegon County Habitat for Humanity.
The North Muskegon ICC is the fourth Spectrum ICC to open.
Spectrum’s first ICC was constructed in 2012 in Holland. The system opened a Grand Rapids location two years later and a third campus in Ionia in June.
Spectrum is also constructing ICCs in Ada and Rockford.
Based in Grand Rapids, Spectrum Health comprises 12 hospitals, about 180 ambulatory and service sites and more than 3,200 physicians and advanced practice providers.
It is the region’s largest employer with 25,200 employees.