Facility on schedule for Opening; Hosting Community Open House on March 1
The new Health Pointe medical care facility, located in Grand Haven, is on track to open to patients in March. The outpatient integrated care campus, a 50/50 joint venture between Spectrum Health and Holland Hospital, is expected to open in March 2018, offering both primary and specialty health care services to the surrounding community.
Health Pointe is planning a community open house to show off the new facility on March 1, just prior to opening the facility to patients.
When open, Health Pointe will feature primary care, urgent care, specialty care, laboratory and radiology services (CT and MRI), as well as outpatient surgery. The integrated care facility will offer access to a broad range of outpatient procedures, such as ear, nose and throat surgery, colonoscopy, gallbladder removal, hernia repair, cosmetic and reconstructive surgery, orthopedic and sports medicine surgery and more.
“We’re very excited for Health Pointe to open and to offer the Grand Haven community additional health care choices,” said Joshua Troast, executive director of Health Pointe. “This brand new, state-of-the-art building offers one-stop shopping without having to travel to multiple offices.”
The 100,000+ square foot building is being constructed by Granger Construction and was designed by AECOM.
Granger Construction Project Manager Joseph Durfee says a “great majority” of tradespeople that worked on Health Pointe are local and come from a 60-mile radius of the Grand Haven community. At the peak of construction, Durfee says they had about 130 tradespeople on site per day.
Finishing touches are currently underway, along with final inspections for occupancy.