The new facility’s design was developed by Mercy Health colleagues, including physicians, nurses and support staff, and patients, who collaborated with the developer and architect to ensure that the new office is patient focused. The facility is already offering primary care services, lab, imaging and rehabilitation. It will also bring neurosurgery services to Ludington and house the current cardiology clinic, which has been serving the Ludington region for more than 30 years.
Greg Loomis – President of Mercy Health Muskegon, Mary Boyd – Executive VP of Regional Operations, Joe Montambo – Senior Project Manager, Jay Bryan – President of Mercy Health Lakeshore, and Dr. Cooney – Provider at the new facility all assisted in the ribbon-cutting ceremony. The program, which kicked off with Mercy Health leaders thanking the community for their support, was later blessed by Father Wheeler from Saint Simon of Ludington.
Over 500 people were in attendance and enjoyed refreshments, BMI screenings, blood pressure checks, face painting, and exhibits from the Ludington Library and the Sandcastles Museum. Guests mentioned that they were “very excited to see such an extensive Mercy Health facility in their community – it’s nice to have a choice.”