The HCC expansion allows for the healthcare provider to bring NowCare services to Muskegon. The expanded NowCare services treat immediate needs and acute symptoms, including allergies, stings, pink eye, sprains and more. The expansion also includes bringing mental health services for depression, anxiety or other specialized physical or emotional outpatient therapy.
“When Mercy Health planned the hospital consolidation project years ago, the goal was to build a world-class medical center that would serve the needs of our community for years to come and to ensure that seamless health care services remained available for the residents who live near Hackley Campus,” said Gary Allore, president of Mercy Health Muskegon, in a press release. Behavioral Health, Primary and Specialty Care services will still be offered on the Hackley Campus.
Those in need of urgent care will be directed to Mercy Health’s Sherman, Norton Shores or Lakes Campus locations. Emergency and trauma care will be redirected to Mercy Campus on Sherman Boulevard. Hackley Community Care has been providing patient care in Muskegon County for almost 30 years.
Prior to the May 10 move, the Clinton Street location will be closed starting Friday, April 23 to allow for renovations. “Now that all acute care services have transitioned to Mercy Campus, we are proud that Hackley Community Care, a longtime partner, will build upon a legacy that that started there over 115 years ago.”
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