212 S Sullivan St, Fremont Michigan 49412
Gerber Memorial Health Services (GMHS), an 83-bed not-for-profit hospital and health system, is located in Fremont
, Michigan, 45 miles northwest of Grand Rapids
It is the only hospital in Newaygo County (population 48,000). A full range of clinical services, including many innovative programs generally found only in large urban hospitals, is available to everyone in this rural vacation community. Without the services GMHS offers, residents would have to travel 45 to 60 miles to the next nearest hospital.
Established in 1918, GMHS is the fourth largest employer in the county. It's been honored nationally as a Top 100 Hospital three times in the last decade; once for orthopedics.
(Fremont) Gerber Memorial Hospital
(Muskegon) Hackley Hospital
(Big Rapids) Mecosta County General Hospital
(Ludington) Memorial Medical Center Of West Michigan
(Grand Haven) North Ottawa Community Hospital
(Muskegon) Select Specialty Hospital-Western Michig
10/17 Coming to The Fremont area
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