Michigan primary care center officially opens

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Dickinson Primary Care Center in Iron Mountain, Mich., welcomed the public at its ribbon cutting ceremony on May 7 as the facility officially opened its doors, reports Nexstar Media Group affiliate Up Matters.

The new facility is the latest Dickinson County Healthcare System addition that combines pediatric and family practice care all within the same building.

The center is located inside the DCHS Medical Office building and provides "same-day" appointments with a full spectrum of lab, diagnostics and added support services.

"At DCHS we are focusing on expanding and strengthening our primary care services, so that our community can ultimately have one stop shopping. Extended clinic hours will provide access to a pediatrician, a family practice provider, lab, X-ray and other services that a patient may need to complete their visit," said Dennis Smith, chief restructuring officer at DHCS.

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