Our faculty practice is backed by the research of MSU, the highly regarded education programs of the College and the expertise of the MSU HealthTeam. MSU Nurse Practitioner faculty provide primary care services in local communities through clinical partnerships.
Care Free Medical Clinic
The Care Free Medical Clinic gives quality and wholesome medical, dental, optometry, and behavioral care care to those who have limited access to the health care system. Care Free continues to share care with a wide array of health care providers for children, women and men who would otherwise not have access to health care.
Ingham County Health Department
The Ingham County Health Department enhances the health of Ingham County Residents by connecting residents to healthcare resources. The College provides a full scope of primary care services for inmates at the Ingham County.
The College also provides a full scope of primary care services for children at the Child Health Clinic.
Medical Care Facility & Rehabilitation Services of Ingham County
Distinguished by a tradition of human caring with compassion, this facility has been serving the Mid-Michigan community since 1844, providing quality health services to individuals and their families through provision of comprehensive and compassionate interdisciplinary team short and long-term care. In collaboration with the Medical Care Facility, College of Nursing faculty help to provide quality of life care.
Available services include: Skilled and Long-term Nursing Care, Dementia Care Unit, Rehabilitation Program, Therapeutic Recreation, Rehabilitative Therapy, and Restorative Therapy.
MSU Family Health Center
Family Nurse Practitioner members of the faculty practice at the Michigan State University Family Health Care Center primary care services for clients across the life-span. This clinic is a collaborative venture between the College of Nursing and the Department of Family Medicine in the College of Human Medicine. The collaborative efforts of our two colleges have resulted in an integrated practice that enhances opportunities for interdisciplinary care, research, and education within our academic setting.
Pain Management Center of Lansing
The center helps patients living in the mid-Michigan area find significant pain relief. The expertise of their pain specialists includes diagnosis of all types of acute and chronic pain conditions, as well as pharmacologic recommendations/management, advanced interventional pain management techniques, and individual and group-based pain psychology programs. The center creates individualized treatment plans for each patient so they can expect the most comprehensive, effective, and least invasive treatment for their pain complaints.
Sparrow MSU Surgical Center
In this practice, nursing faculty work with the College of Human Medicine in the MSU Department of Surgery, Sparrow Health System to provide breast health services to women who are underserved. Services include clinical breast exam and evaluation, diagnostic studies, and breast health education.
Sparrow Pain Management Center
The center’s mission is to actively improve patients’ quality of life by treating the physical, functional, emotional, and psychological needs of those with acute and chronic pain, including headaches and back pain. The team in Lansing is comprised of an interdisciplinary group of medical and behavioral professionals. To offer complete care options, the center has clinical staff trained in pain psychology, physical therapy, anesthesiology, and general pain management.
Williamson Family Medicine
This modern family medicine office serves the community through the patient centered medical home model. In collaboration with a care team, a total health care program is personalized for each patient. This practice site serves individuals across the lifespan and specializes in primary care. It includes illness prevention and management of acute and chronic disease.
This practice location is a longstanding Southwest Michigan center for pediatric care and is located in Portage, MI. Committed to care for children from birth to high school graduation age, the care team works to understand the values of, and form partnerships with, the families to which it provides care.