Corewell Health breaks ground on a $4.78 million care center
BRIDGMAN, Mich. - Corewell Health's leaders, medical staff and over 70 community members gathered for the groundbreaking ceremony of the 10,000 square foot Corewell Health Care Center.
This project, estimated to cost $4.78 million, will be located adjacent to the current Corewell Health Southwestern Medical Primary Care building, which estimates 18,000 patients annually.
It's scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2024 with primary care and radiology services and the latest technology, amenities and equipment.
It will also include double the amount of exam rooms and self-check in kiosks.
The new facility will also offer multiple providers so, there will be shorter wait times for patients.
Melinda Gruber, Ph.D, vice president, Corewell Health South Medical Group and continuing care, thanks the "special community" who are uniting under the common goal of "increasing access to high-quality, state of the art care in the greater Bridgman community."
It's the community's trust that pushes Corewell Health to take each project seriously.