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Friday, March 07, 2014 - Sparrow Specialty Hospital celebrates a newly renovated facility and 10 years of providing long-term acute care for our community

Sparrow Specialty Hospital President & CEO, Kira Carter-Robertson (center) with Paul Entler, D.O., SSH Medical Director, and Tina Gross, Director of Clinical Services

On Thursday, March 6, we celebrated a newly renovated facility and 10 years of providing long-term acute care for our community.

Sparrow Specialty Hospital continues the healing process by offering a multidisciplinary team approach, including Nurses, Specialty Physicians, Case Managers, Nutritional Services, Pharmacy, Therapy, and more, to meet the complex needs of Patients requiring long-term acute care.

Sparrow initially brought this service to our community back in 2004 and we’re thankful for the Caregivers and nearly 3,000 Patients and families who have been a part of our journey so far.

The improvements at SSH are just one of many Sparrow projects that have resulted in more than $250 million reinvested back into our community over the last three years.

To learn more about this project, see some amazing before and after shots, and find out about other projects underway, visit BuildingSparrow.org.  Just one more way Sparrow is transforming care, implementing best practices, and delivering nationally recognized care to improve the health of our community.

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