Updated 8/22/2016 Null

In summer 2015, we broke ground on our new 77,065 square foot multi-specialty medical center located on Jackson Road, just east of Zeeb. The new center will be home to dermatology, family medicine, imaging, internal medicine, lab, maternal-fetal medicine, obstetrics/gynecology, pediatrics, urgent care, pharmacy, physical therapy, and other specialty services.

The building contains:
• 490 tons of structural steel
• 40 trucks of concrete per floor
• 57,500 bricks

IHA Urgent Care - WestArbor is now open at our newest location in the IHA WestArbor Medical Center.

IHA Family & Internal Medicine - WestArbor
(formerly known as IHA Ann Arbor Family Medicine and IHA WestArbor Internal Medicine) is now welcoming patients in the IHA WestArbor Medical Center.
IHA Associates in Gynecology & Obstetrics - WestArbor
(formerly known as IHA WestArbor Obstetrics & Gynecology) is now welcoming patients in the IHA WestArbor Medical Center.
IHA Child Health - WestArbor
(formerly known as IHA Child Health - Ann Arbor) will begin seeing patients at their new location Monday, September 19, 2016.

In addition, IHA Maternal-Fetal Medicine - WestArbor will begin seeing patients in their new location on Monday, September 12, 2016. This is in addition to their current location, IHA Maternal-Fetal Medicine - Arbor Park. IHA Dermatology - WestArbor will begin seeing patients in their new location on Tuesday, August 30, 2016. This is in addition to their two other locations, IHA Dermatology - Domino's Farms and IHA Dermatology - Brighton.

Please join us in welcoming Megan Kahn, CNM, to IHA Nurse Midwives. Megan has clinical interests adolescent health, natural labor and childbirth.

 

 

 

 

General Mills is voluntarily recalling Gold Medal flour, Wondra flour, and Signature Kitchens flour (sold in Safeway, Albertsons, Jewel, Shaws, Vons, United, Randalls, and Acme) due to possible E. coli O121 contamination. 

Sate and federal authorities have been researching 38 occurences of illnesses across 20 states related to a specific type of E. coli (E. coli O121), between December 21, 2015 and May 3, 2016. While attempting to track the cause of the illness, CDC found that approximately half of the individuals reported making something homemade with flour at some point prior to becoming ill. Some reported using a General Mills brand of flour (source). 

To date, there have been four confirmed cases in Michigan. Due to the long shelf life of flour, this outbreak could continue for an extended period of time. We urge you to take a look at the products in your cupboard and check UPCs and Better if Used By Dates. Information can be found here: General Mills Flour.

Please visit the CDC website for more information about E. coli O121.