Bronson Internal Medicine Hospital Specialists- Battle Creek - Bronson Healthcare

Bronson Internal Medicine Hospital Specialists- Battle Creek

Bronson Internal Medicine Hospital Specialists- Battle Creek
300 North Ave.
Battle Creek, MI 49017

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Hours of Operation

24 hours a day, seven days a week

Main: 269-245-5780
Fax: 269-245-5781

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Specialty

  • Hospitalists

Our specialists are here 24/7 to provide inpatient medicine. These board certified/board eligible internal medicine physicians act as a patient's primary doctor while the patient is hospitalized.

We meet on a daily basis to review your care. And we're available 24/7 to talk with your doctor and any other providers caring for you to help you get better. You may see more than one hospital specialist during your stay. Each works as a member of our team to give you timely, high-quality care:

  • Bronson Methodist Hospital
  • Bronson Lakeview Hospital
  • Bronson Battle Creek Hospital
  • Allegan General Hospital
  • South Haven Community Hospital

We'll make sure that your doctor is:

  • Aware you have been admitted to the hospital
  • Fully informed of your illness and care
  • Involved in your treatment
  • Provided with a summary of your hospitalization after you go home, including changes to your medication
  • Given access to all information from your hospital stay, including lab and other diagnostic tests performed
  • Aware of any follow-up care you need

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