Opening of MidMichigan Health Park – Bay Draws Large Crowd
More than 300 were in attendance for the open house celebration of MidMichigan Health Park – Bay on Wednesday, Sept. 26. The new facility at 3051 Kiesel Road (Bangor Township) is located on the corner of 2 Mile and Kiesel Roads, next to John Glenn High School.
Taking part in the celebratory ribbon cutting were (pictured left to right): Dana Burkley, chief department administrator for orthopaedic surgery, Michigan Medicine; Glenn Rowley, supervisor, Bangor Township; Paul Berg, M.D., president, MidMichigan Physicians Group; Diane Postler-Slattery, Ph.D., FACHE, president and CEO, MidMichigan Health; Staci Tuggle, ambassador, Bay Area Chamber of Commerce; Matt Felan, president and CEO, Great Lakes Bay Regional Alliance, and Jen Idalski, ambassador, Bay Area Chamber of Commerce. Not pictured: Family Physician Tiffany Thalappillil Philip, D.O., MidMichigan Physicians Group, and Jeff Walker, contracting business development officer, Michigan Medicine.
This new state-of-the-art facility provides a one-stop shop for the most frequent health care needs of Bay City and surrounding areas. Designed with community input, MidMichigan Health Park – Bay includes family medical care, WellSport (sports medicine) and orthopedic care for adults and children, Michigan Medicine specialty clinics, as well as services such as lab blood draws, X-Ray, physical therapy and more. Patient amenities include friendly greeters, an online registration system, relaxation zones for companions to wait while loved ones get their care, heated massage exam chairs in some of our family medical care rooms, soothing lights and music, beautiful artwork in partnership with Bay City’s Studio 23, and the convenience of multiple services under one roof.
Those who would like more information about MidMichigan Health Park – Bay, may visit www.midmichigan.org/bay. Patient appointments may be made by calling (989) 778-2888.