The Metro Health Community Clinic provides a variety of outpatient services to members of our community who may not otherwise be able to afford health care. The majority of the patients who walk through the doors of our community clinic have little or no insurance, and many are part of the area’s growing refugee population. The Metro Health Community Clinic offers to these patients what every person deserves: to protect and provide for the health and well-being of their families.
The Metro Health Community Clinic also serves as a teaching clinic for residency programs in family practice, internal medicine, general surgery, urology and OB/GYN. Here the next generation of physicians will get first-hand experience, while providing compassionate, personal care to patients in need. This teaching clinic, as well as an emergency food pantry and an at-risk mother’s program, provides a way for patients to get the help and health care they may not have received elsewhere.
We are moving! Metro Health Community Clinic will be moving on June 2, 2014, to 781 36th SE, Wyoming, MI 49548. Our new location will be in a facility that offers medical care, dental care and behavioral health services – all under one roof through an exciting new partnership. More details will be available soon.
Formerly known as Metro Health Breton, Metro Health Community Clinic was renamed in January of 2012 to better serve our patients and the community as an outpatient department of Metro Health Hospital.