U-M Health-West opens new $10.4M Wayland Health Center

What’s happening: University of Michigan Health-West has opened a new Wayland Health Center. The $10.4 million facility, at 113 W. Superior St,, spans 17,300 square feet and is 75% larger than the former location, better addressing the needs of Wayland’s growing population.

What they are saying: “Our new center is a direct response to the community's feedback," said Dr. Ronald Grifka, president of U-M Health-West. "We are here today because we heard the Wayland community’s call for greater access to comprehensive health care services right in their neighborhood.”

CourtesyThe $10.4 million University of Michigan health facility at 113 W. Superior St,, Wayland, spans 17,300 square feet and is 75% larger than the former location.

What is it: The facility is staffed by three primary care physicians and three advanced practice providers, with capacity to incorporate three to four more health care professionals. This expansion ensures a broad spectrum of health care services, including rotating monthly specialties like cardiology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, psychiatry, pulmonology, sleep medicine, and women’s health (obstetrics and gynecology).

How they’re doing it: “Our approach has always been patient-centric, delivering top-notch primary and specialty care where it’s most convenient for our patients,” says Dr. Gregory Neagos, interim director of University of Michigan Health Partners. “The Wayland Health Center embodies this commitment, ensuring high-quality health care is just around the corner for this community.”
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