MidMichigan Health is building a 170,700-square-foot Heart and Vascular Center on the Midland campus that will provide care for patients throughout central and northern Michigan. The Center will consolidate all of Midland’s heart and vascular physician offices, specialty clinics, and house cardiac rehabilitation services.

Phase one of the two-phase project wrapped in June 2019 with the opening of the new Orchard Building. This building houses imaging and laboratory services, an anticoagulation clinic, cardiovascular testing, the clinical research office, as well as physician offices.

The $62.8 million two-part construction project is dedicating $30 million to the new Heart and Vascular Center scheduled to open in 2020. In October 2019, the University of Michigan Health System underwent final demolition of the former Sugnet Building, also known as the original Midland Hospital. The demolition kicked off phase two of a three-year construction project on the campus of MidMichigan Medical Center in Midland, Mich. MidMichigan’s new Heart and Vascular Center is slated to open in fall 2020.