GREENVILLE — The Spectrum Health United Hospital Heart and Vascular Center officially opened its doors to existing and new patients on May 8.
West Michigan Heart and Spectrum Health Medial Group nationally recognized specialists will provide comprehensive heart and vascular services from prevention and diagnosis to treatment in the recently renovated facility.
“The opening of the Spectrum Health United Hospital Heart and Vascular Center is extremely exciting,” said Percy Mahar, chief clinical officer for Spectrum Health United Hospital. “Not only does it expand upon current medical services we can provide our patients onsite, it also is the first project to be completed as part of the entire United For Health expansion and renovation project.”
The United Heart and Vascular Center is directly connected to the Fred and Lena Meijer Heart Center in Grand Rapids.
Patients have the convenience of seeing many of the specialists from the Meijer Heart Center close to home.
A community sneak peek of the newly opened center will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on June 2. Attendees also will have the opportunity to view phase one of the new Stanley and Blanche Ash Emergency Department.
“This opening is an opportunity to see first hand how United For Health will allow patients the ability to receive a higher level of coordinated care, here at United Hospital,” Mahar said.
For additional information on the sneak peek, call (616) 225-6421.