Seraph Chairman Introduces New Detroit Health Center
This month marks the grand opening of the new 400 Mack Detroit Health Center in Midtown Detroit. Seraph Chairman, Dr. Charles Shanley, helped usher in the new epicenter for Integrated Primary Care and Population Health known as Wayne Health (formerly Wayne State University Physician Group) this past week. The 300 physician practice is based in a recently-renovated 50,000 square foot facility offering integrated primary, preventative, and behavioral health services.
“The 400 Mack Detroit Health Center represents another new chapter in the evolution of the newly renamed Wayne Health,” said President and Chief Executive Officer Charles Shanley, MD, who also serves as vice dean of Clinical Affairs for the Wayne State University School of Medicine. “It demonstrates our commitment and investment to lead innovation in whole-person care and to improve urban health outcomes through novel approaches to population health.”
The Center for Population Health Accountability offers community-based and mobile approaches to whole-person care, addressing physical and behavioral health needs and facilitating access to partner programs to address social determinants of health, such as poverty, housing, transportation and access to food that impact well-being.