dbusiness: Wayne State Physician Group Rebrands, Opens Medical Facility in Midtown
September 17, 2020
The Wayne State University Physician Group, a 300-physician, multispecialty group practice affiliated with the Wayne State University School of Medicine, has rebranded and opened a medical facility.
The organization is now called Wayne Health in an effort to highlight its academic connection with the WSU School of Medicine. It was founded in 2000 as Academic Health Center Services before changing its name to the Wayne State University Physician Group. The new logo features the WSU warrior shield.
“Our new name and logo signal a bold new vision focused on providing integrated, whole-person care that will be realized with the opening of a new multidisciplinary health center in Midtown Detroit later this month,” says Dr. Charles J. Shanley, president and CEO of Wayne Health.
The new center, called 400 Mack Detroit Health Center (400 Mack Avenue, south side of Mack between Brush and St. Antoine streets), will offer primary and preventive health services including internal medicine, family medicine, obstetrics/gynecology, and behavioral health. Another WSU partner organization, Wayne Pediatrics, is co-locating clinical services for children at the location, offering care across the lifecycle at the new 50,000-square-foot facility.
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