Central Michigan University Opens Center for Integrated Health Studies

Published 2-18-2020
  • Central Michigan University - Center for Integrated Health Studies
  • Central Michigan University - Center for Integrated Health Studies
  • Central Michigan University - Center for Integrated Health Studies
  • Central Michigan University - Center for Integrated Health Studies
  • Central Michigan University - Center for Integrated Health Studies
  • Central Michigan University - Center for Integrated Health Studies

    Courtesy of Michael Livingstone.

  • Central Michigan University - Center for Integrated Health Studies

    Courtesy of Central Michigan University.

  • Central Michigan University - Center for Integrated Health Studies

    Central Michigan University - Center for Integrated Health Studies

  • Central Michigan University - Center for Integrated Health Studies

    Courtesy of Central Michigan University.

  • Central Michigan University - Center for Integrated Health Studies

    Courtesy of Central Michigan University.

Central Michigan University opened the $26 million Center for Integrated Health Studies in January of 2020 in Mount Pleasant. Supporting an interdisciplinary pedagogy for the delivery of team-based care, the 50,000-sf facility features the Interpersonal Education Center housing a two-room simulation suite with advanced mannequins, as well as eight patient exam rooms for interactive scenario training. Constructed as an addition to the existing Health Professions Building, the collaborative structure includes four classrooms, three labs, faculty offices, study rooms, and a flexible 256-person auditorium. Ground was broken on the project in April of 2018.