The full-service medical center, Henry Ford’s 29th, will be a two-story, 83,000-square-foot facility. It will initially offer primary care and women’s health, a walk-in clinic, pharmacy, OptimEyes clinic and retail services. More health care services will be added later.
“We are thrilled to expand into this part of Oakland County and beyond,” Riney said in a statement. “Not only are we providing a new option for high quality clinical services for the people of Oakland County, we are also joining other organizations in breathing new life into this development project.”
In a statement, Dale Watchowski, CEO of Redico, said: “We are excited to have Henry Ford Health System as part of our mixed-use development, complementing the services we’ll be providing including retail, residential and hospitality.”
Watchowski said Redico has worked closely with Henry Ford over the years with its affiliated company, American House Senior Living Communities.
William Conway, M.D., CEO of Henry Ford Medical Group, said the medical center will offer cutting-edge services for patients.
“When you combine the accessibility of extended hours and ample parking with the digital advancements we’re making like e-visits and online messaging with your doctor, we really believe we are creating a unique health care experience in this market,” Conway said.
Henry Ford’s outpatient medical centers offer a range of multi-specialty services provided by Henry Ford’s 1,200-physician employed medical group. Henry Ford also offers more than 60 clinical office locations.
– Editor’s Note: This story has been edited to correct the name of Village at Bloomfield.