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Heart and Vascular Center to Open Fall 2020

To ensure that our region is well equipped for the ongoing fight against heart and vascular disease, MidMichigan Health is building a 170,700-square-foot Heart and Vascular Center on the Midland campus that will provide world-class care for patients throughout central and northern Michigan. This state-of-the-art Center will consolidate all of Midland’s heart and vascular physician offices and specialty clinics. It will also house cardiac rehabilitation services and provide streamlined access to cardiovascular testing, as well as interventional and surgical heart and vascular services. 

Phase one of this two phase project wrapped up in June 2019 with the opening of the new Orchard Building. This building houses imaging and laboratory services, an anticoagulation clinic, cardiovascular testing, the clinical research office, as well as physician offices. 

The $62.8 million two-part construction project, of which $30 million is dedicated to the new Heart and Vascular Center, has brought more than 125 jobs to the region with additional to come following the opening of the Center later next year. 

Benefits to Our Patients

  • Minimizes patient travel to multiple locations in confusing geographies which is of particular importance to older adults.
  • Allows for expedited diagnosis and treatment planning, often within the same day, which enhances the quality of care.
  • Increases cardiovascular research and improves access to clinical trials, often found in large academic centers.
  • Provides an attractive work setting which supports recruitment and retention of physicians and other health care professionals.
  • Communicates, through its architecture and holistic environment, the high level of clinical quality for which MidMichigan is nationally known.

Benefits to the Region

  • Strengthens services locally to reduce travel costs and time away from the workplace.
  • Contributes to a solid economic base for the community and local businesses.
  • Helps attract some of the best and brightest minds to the region.
  • Creates a regional referral hub that will indirectly stimulate the local economy.

Construction - Update October 10, 2019

Final demolition of the former Sugnet Building, also known as the original Midland Hospital, is now underway, kicking off phase two of a three-year construction project on the campus of MidMichigan Medical Center – Midland. This phase consists of MidMichigan’s new Heart and Vascular Center which is slated to open in fall 2020. The 170,700-square-foot Center will consolidate all of Midland’s heart and vascular physician offices and specialty clinics. It will also house cardiac rehabilitation services and provide streamlined access to cardiovascular testing, as well as interventional and surgical heart and vascular services.

Phase one of the project wrapped up in June 2019 with the opening of the new Orchard Building, which houses imaging and laboratory services, an anticoagulation clinic, cardiovascular testing, the clinical research office, as well as physician offices.

MidMichigan Medical Center – Midland has been continually advancing its heart and vascular capabilities since the open heart surgery program began in August 2007. In fact, MidMichigan had more than 89,000 outpatient visits and more than 4,000 inpatient discharges during fiscal year 2019.

New Orchard Building Opened June 24

Patients stepping inside the new Orchard Building later this month will find an abundance of light, warm colors along with unique rooftop garden. The facility will open to patients on Monday, June 24th.

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Clearing the Way for the New Heart and Vascular Center

On Monday, July 24, the demolition of the original Midland Hospital marked the first major milestone in construction of the new Heart and Vascular Center at MidMichigan Medical Center – Midland.

“Exciting things are happening for our region as we clear the way to build and enhance our heart and vascular capabilities,” said Cardiovascular Service Line Chief William Felten, M.D., F.A.C.C. “As heart disease continues to be the leading cause of death in men and women both regionally and across the United States, we need to be well equipped to fight this disease. This project will help us do just that and we’re all looking forward to getting the project underway.”

The new 160,000-square-foot building, to be located at the corner of Sugnet Road and Orchard Drive, will consolidate Midland’s off-campus cardiology offices along with the non-invasive cardiovascular testing and interventional surgical heart and vascular services. An additional expansion to the building will incorporate MidMichigan Medical Center – Midland’s full-service diagnostic and support areas, including lab and imaging. MidMichigan is also collaborating with Michigan Medicine on the development of the remaining space in the new building.

Construction & Fundraising  - Update November 5, 2018

The three-year construction project on the new 160,000 square foot building is well underway on the campus of MidMichigan Medical Center- Midland. The project will be completed in a two-phased approach. Work is underway on the north side, which will become the new Orchard Building and will house diagnostic services and advanced cardiac imaging. The first phase of the construction project is scheduled to be completed Spring 2019, with the completion of the full project scheduled for late summer 2020.

Construction & Fundraising  - Update January 4, 2019

The three-year construction project on the new 160,000 square foot building is well underway on the campus of MidMichigan Medical Center – Midland. The project will be completed in a two-phased approach. Work is underway on the north side, which will become the new Orchard Building and will house diagnostic services and advanced cardiac imaging. The first phase of the construction project is scheduled to be completed Spring 2019, with the completion of the full project scheduled for late summer 2020.

Construction & Fundraising  - Update March 6, 2019

The three-year construction project on MidMichigan’s new 160,000 square foot building is well underway on the campus of MidMichigan Medical Center – Midland. The project is being completed in a two-phased approach. Work is underway on the north side, which will become the new Orchard Building and will house imaging services and cardiovascular testing. The first phase of the construction project is scheduled to be completed early summer 2019, with the completion of the full project scheduled for late summer 2020.

The MidMichigan Health Foundation has accepted the second phase of this project, which will be our new state-of-the-art Heart and Vascular Center, as a major fund development initiative. Funding commitments from foundations, lead individuals and businesses bring the fundraising total to $13.3 million towards the $15 million campaign goal. The public campaign chairs, Jan and Marty McGuire, were named in June 2018.

The Heart and Vascular Center will consolidate Midland’s heart and vascular physician offices including the heart failure and heart valve clinics, as well as the vascular lab, and will provide an environment of seamless, coordinated care for our patients. MidMichigan is also collaborating with Michigan Medicine, the health care division of the University of Michigan, on the development of the remaining space in the new building.

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