Health system opening suburban integrated care facility
A local health system is opening a new integrated care facility in a Grand Rapids suburb.
The new facility by Grand Rapids-based Spectrum Health is in Ada, at 7128 E. Fulton St., and will open on Jan. 8.
The community is invited to tour the facility during an open house from 5-7 p.m. this Thursday.
The new 24,400-square-foot, two-story integrated care campus will provide patients a variety of services: primary care, pediatrics, women’s health, radiology, lab and outpatient rehabilitation.
In addition, occupational health services currently located within the neighboring Amway facilities will now be available at the facility.
The facility was designed and constructed by two local firms: Dixon Architecture and Erhardt Construction.
An integrated care campus is designed to enhance the patient experience. Spectrum Health said patients can avoid traveling from location to location for additional health services. Providers are located together in a facility and are available for consultation when needed.
“We are very excited to introduce our convenient and coordinated health services to the Ada community,” said Tina Freese Decker, EVP and COO, Spectrum Health. “Our patients have told us they want access to quality health care in their neighborhoods, and we are proud to open this wonderful new facility to serve the needs of those living in Ada and the surrounding communities.”
Freese Decker added that Spectrum Health plans to be an active community member and has already participated in local events, such as the Ada Farmers Market and Tinsel Trolley and Treats.
There are six other Spectrum Health integrated care campuses in the area.