The Spectrum Health Family includes Helen DeVos Children's Hospital, Meijer Heart Center, Lemmon-Holton Cancer Pavilion, Spectrum Health Continuing Care, Butterworth Hospital and Blodgett Hospital.
Spectrum Health is one of the nation's top integrated delivery systems, and the quality of our hospitals and health plan is widely recognized. Since the system was formed in 1997, we have earned more than 40 national awards. Regionally, we lead the way in sharing our quality performance and increasing patient safety.
Patients can receive behavioral health care through Pine Rest's many services. Depending on the severity of the needs, Pine Rest offers inpatient hospitalization, partial hospitalization, outpatient counseling through our clinic network, residential services, home health care, and consultation liaison -- psychiatry and psychology.
Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital exists to restore independence, hope, and freedom through rehabilitation to people with disabilities.
Forest View provides individualized treatment for a broad range of psychiatric disorders in a small private setting. In addition, individuals have sought treatment at Forest View due to our expertise in the treatment of psychological trauma and eating disorders.
In response to parent demand for a comprehensive, proven approach to learning and development for children with motor challenges, the Conductive Learning Center (CLC) was established by Aquinas College in 1998. While still associated with Aquinas College, the Conductive Learning Center is a financially independent, private, not-for-profit organization. The Center is located at 2428 Burton Street S.E. in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Wedgwood Christian Services was founded in 1960 and has grown into a multi service children's agency. Today, Wedgwood is one of Michigan's largest and most highly regarded experts in providing effective services for at-risk children. Wedgwood's central objective is taking on the toughest issues facing youth, addressing the harsh realities that result from parental abuse and neglect, substance abuse, and other problems that children struggle with including teen pregnancy, sex trafficking of minors, chronic academic failure, school expulsions and developmental disabilities. We help free children and teens from lives of despair and strive to instill hope and healing by providing excellent Counseling, Education and Residential services that enable at-risk children come to experience stable, healthy and productive lives.
Mission Statement: Extending God's love to youth and families through professional counseling and educational services.
Saint Mary's Health Care is an integrated network of health care excellence offering a unique combination of capabilities to deliver a health care experience that is more complete and personally satisfying. Our commitment to offer the latest technology and most highly skilled physicians in a holistic, patient-centered environment has made us a progressive leader in cancer care, neuroscience, orthopedics, diabetes and endocrine care, kidney transplants, and integrative health care.
Metro Health Hospital remains this system's largest venture, but it's only one part of what is now becoming an integrated group of health care organizations known collectively as Metro Health. Today, this distinct group, located in the Greater Grand Rapids area, includes physician organizations, neighborhood outpatient centers, managed care services, a philanthropic foundation and more.
Hope Network is a non-profit Christian organization founded in 1963 to empower people with disabilities or disadvantages to achieve their highest level of independence. We provide a continuum of specialized care services such as Rehabilitation Services for individuals with brain and spinal cord injuries, Behavioral Health for individuals experiencing mental illness, and Developmental Services for individuals with developmental disabilities. Our comprehensive support services include transportation, subsidized housing, case management, community based services and workforce development for people facing disadvantages in the community or living without our continuum of care. Hope Network Cares for the whole person addressing the social, mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. With corporate offices in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Hope Network provides services in more than 170 locations, by 2,100 staff serving more than 13,000 individuals throughout Michigan.