The proposed Macomb County site is located within the Bay River Marketplace, adjacent to Meijer, near the intersection of I-94 and 26 Mile Road in Lenox Township.
A groundbreaking will occur later this year.
“We are thrilled to offer much-needed health care services in Macomb County,” Beaumont Health CEO John Fox said. “We selected the site because of its convenient location close to major thoroughfares in a growing and thriving community.”
The campus will offer Beaumont Health affiliated primary and specialty care physicians, emergency care, imaging, outpatient surgery, cancer services, physical therapy and many other services.
“This leading-edge campus will be designed with the consumer experience at the forefront. Medical appointments will not look or feel like traditional health care visits,” Fox added.
The new campus will provide convenient, direct access to the Beaumont network. The center will bring the highly respected brand and quality care delivered by Beaumont physicians and medical experts closer to Macomb County residents.
“The campus will allow our team of experts to share knowledge with each other and collaborate with patients and their families for care that works best for them,” Beaumont Chief Medical Officer David Wood, M.D., said.
Lenox Township Supervisor Ronald Trombly, Jr., added, “We are thrilled to welcome this new medical campus to our community. I know our residents will benefit from having easier access to the excellent health care provided by Beaumont Health’s connected network.”
Patients will be able to schedule appointments online for Beaumont services and physicians on the campus. Test results will also be accessible to patients and care providers via an online portal. Streamlined billing will reduce the number of bills patients receive from their visit to the campus.
Beaumont partnered with NexCore Group, a national health care real estate developer, to build the campus. NexCore will handle financing, development, leasing, property management and asset management.
There will be opportunities for independent physicians and groups to open offices at the site.
Beaumont also plans to announce the location of a similar project in Wayne County. The Wayne County site is also planned to open in 2020.
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