MUSKEGON, MI – Hackley Community Care is holding two events this week for the community to receive a COVID-19 vaccine and tour their new facility.
The community health center recently moved into the former Mercy Health Muskegon Hackley Campus Urgent Care to expand its services for the downtown area.
Related: Mercy Health’s Hackley Urgent Care space transitions to Hackley Community Care
On both Tuesday, Aug. 10 and Thursday, Aug. 12, Hackley Community Care will provide COVID-19 vaccines to people age 12 years old and up from 10 a.m. to noon. Anyone who receives a vaccine will be entered into a door prize drawing.
Tuesday’s event will take place at the Clinton Street Clinic, 1550 Clinton Street, and state Rep. Terry Sabo, D-Muskegon, is expected to visit the new location.
Tours of the facility, mobile medical unit and mobile dental unit will be offered throughout the day.
On Thursday, parents and students can visit the Oakridge Teen Health Center, 251 S. Wolf Lake Road, to get children up to date on immunizations, physicals and dental exams. U.S. Rep. Bill Huizenga, R-Zeeland and state Rep. Greg VanWoerkom, R-Norton Shores, are expected to visit the teen center during the event.
Tours of the teen facility, mobile medical unit and mobile dental unit will also be provided.
On both days, lunch, ice cream and giveaways will take place from noon to 2 p.m.
Hackley Community Care has been providing patient care in Muskegon County for almost 30 years.
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