Michigan State Medical Society: Wayne Health Opens New 400 Mack Detroit Health Center: Epicenter for Integrated Primary Care and Population Health
September 18, 2020
Access to primary and specialty health care in the city of Detroit is expanding with the opening of the new 400 Mack Detroit Health Center in Midtown.
Wayne Health (formerly Wayne State University Physician Group), a 300-physician, multi-specialty group practice affiliated with the Wayne State University School of Medicine, began serving patients on Sept. 15 at 400 Mack Ave., a newly renovated 50,000-square-foot health care facility. Services include a full range of integrated primary, preventive and behavioral health care by physicians and advanced practice providers in internal medicine, family medicine, obstetrics and gynecology and behavioral health.
The location is also home to the new Center for Population Health Accountability, offering novel, community-based and mobile approaches to “whole-person” care, addressing physical and behavioral health needs and facilitating access to partner programs to address social determinants of health, such as poverty, housing, transportation and access to food that impact well-being.
Wayne Heath physicians have a long history of providing specialty care services for high-risk, vulnerable and underserved populations in Detroit. With the launch of 400 Mack, Wayne Health is extending its mission by dramatically expanding access to coordinated primary care, preventive health and chronic disease management services, sustainably enhancing community health and well-being in the city.
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