Borgess Health

1521 Gull Road MSB 350 -Kalamazoo 49048

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About the Organization

Ascension Health is the largest nonprofit health system in the U.S. and the largest Catholic health system in the world. The network of hospitals and related health facilities are staffed with over 100,000 associates located in 20 states and the District of Columbia.
Borgess Health includes more than 130 sites of care in 15 southern Michigan cities, as well as eight owned or affiliated hospitals, a nursing home, ambulatory care facilities, home health care, physician practices, managed care services, a cancer center and an air ambulance service.
Borgess Health offers a complete continuum of services to over 1 million people living in 10 counties in southwest Michigan.
Borgess Medical Center, the heart of the network, is a 424 bed teaching facility, with renowned cardiology, behavioral health and neuroscience programs.

FACILITIES/LOCATIONS: Borgess Medical Center Borgess Lee Memorial Borgess Pipp Hospital ProMed Primary Care Borgess Health Park

About the Community

Located halfway between Detroit and Chicago, Kalamazoo is an important destination for business, education and cultural events. Kalamazoo provides all the amenities of a big city only minutes away from quiet neighborhoods and more remote countryside or lakeside living. The maximum commute time anywhere in the city is 20 minutes without the bumper-to-bumper traffic of large metro areas. Kalamazoo County is home to five institutions of higher learning including Michigan's oldest college, Kalamazoo College, and Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine. These institutions infuse the community with over 58,000 students, ensuring a vibrant downtown atmosphere. Outdoor activities are plentiful in Kalamazoo, no matter what time of year. Fish, swim, waterski, sail or boat in one of Kalamazoo's 83 lakes or visit the sandy shores of Lake Michigan just a 40-minute drive or three-hour bike ride away on the Kal-Haven Trail. Around every corner in Kalamazoo, there is a park or trail with areas for picnics, biking, hiking or horseback riding. The area is home to 24 scenic golf courses and offers a full schedule of amateur, collegiate and professional athletics. In late November, Kalamazoo becomes a winter wonderland. Local ski resorts offer beginner hills and challenging slopes for skiers and snowboarders, while plenty of trails are available for snowmobiling and cross-country skiing.

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