Northville Health Center, the University of Michigan Health System’s newest facility, will host a community open house 1-4 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 10 that includes wellness activities, giveaways, building tours and a scavenger hunt.
The Center is at 39901 Traditions Drive at the intersection of Seven Mile and Haggerty Roads. Visitors should park at Schoolcraft College on W. Seven Mile Road and U-M shuttles will provide transportation to the event.
This state-of-the-art health center brings routine and complex specialty health care close to home for patients living in the growing community of western Wayne County.
Through hands-on simulations the public can get a glimpse of what happens in the Medical Procedures Unit, and those who drop off old eyeglasses at the Kellogg Eye Center suite will receive a new pair of U-M sunglasses.
Following a ribbon cutting ceremony attended by state and local business and community leaders, Northville Health Center opened July 15. The two-story center is 100,000 square feet of clinical and diagnostic space for adults and children.