New Medical Campus
The 22,000-square-foot facility will have 42 exam rooms and will house counseling, pediatric, family medicine, and walk-in-clinic services through Southwestern Medical Clinic, as well as otolaryngology services through Spectrum Health Lakeland Ear, Nose, and Throat. When complete, both Southwestern Medical Clinic, Niles and Spectrum Health Lakeland Ear, Nose, and Throat providers will relocate from their current locations to the new space. The $7.8 million project is expected to be complete by early 2023.
“We are committed to continually invest in the best facilities, talented teams, and advanced services throughout our entire service area. This new facility will house a range of coordinated health services from diagnostics to primary and specialty care, all in one place, allowing us to deliver care to a patient’s whole family, right in their community."
Vice President Medical Group and Quality
“The current Southwestern Medical Clinic facility in Niles is nearing the end of its operational life and to continue to provide patients with the most up to date care and technology, and to expand access for new patients, we needed to invest in a new space. We look forward to the many ways this new facility will improve efficiencies and workflows, allow us to recruit additional providers, and enhance the overall patient care experience.”
Keith Twiddy, MD
Kendall Troyer, vice president medical group and quality, Spectrum Health Lakeland, shares more about the scope of the building project and what clinical services will be available.
Kendall Troyer, vice president medical group and quality, Spectrum Health Lakeland, shares why Spectrum Health Lakeland decided to embark on this new building project.
Keith Twiddy, MD, family medicine physician, Southwestern Medical Clinic, shares the benefits of the new space for both clinical teams and patients when complete.