The University of Michigan Health Takes Steps to Expand Access to World-Class Healthcare in Southeast Michigan with New Troy Clinic

University of Michigan Health Acquires Abandoned Former Kmart Headquarters for New Clinic

The University of Michigan Health has announced plans to open a new health clinic on a 7.28-acre parcel in Troy, Michigan, previously home to the Kmart headquarters. The clinic is expected to offer innovative clinical programs and bring world-class healthcare services closer to home for Michiganders.

This move is just the beginning of a larger initiative to establish a stronger U-M Health presence in southeast Michigan, according to Marschall S. Runge, CEO of Michigan Medicine. The university aims to create a statewide network of care that brings world-class healthcare services closer to home for Michiganders.

The new building will be constructed following U-M guidelines for Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED) to minimize negative environmental impacts. Other initiatives include the upcoming D. Dan and Betty Kahn Health Care Pavilion in Ann Arbor, set to open in 2025, and the Ypsilanti Health Center in downtown Ypsilanti, scheduled to open later this year. The University of Michigan is committed to providing high-quality care to patients across the state.

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