GUST K. NEWBURG CLINIC
Primary Care Providers
Specialty Practice Clinics
Dickinson Diagnostic Neurology
Dickinson Peripheral Vascular Services
Dickinson Pulmonology Clinic
Dickinson Surgery and Endoscopy Services
Ear, Nose & Throat Clinic
Gust K. Newberg Clinic
Internal Medicine/Nephrology Clinic
Medical Services at Cedar Hill
UP Sleep Disorders Clinic
Wound Healing/Hyperbaric Medicine
The Gust K. Newberg Specialty Clinic is staffed by visiting specialists in a variety of specialties not always available in the area. Their availability on a visiting basis to Dickinson Memorial Hospital makes it much easier for patients from the immediate area to access their services, avoiding long distance travel.
Appointments can be made with the visiting medical specialists by calling each practitioner's office directly.
Current visiting specialists include:
“We are experiencing growth due to the successful recruitment of new physicians and the resulting expansion of new programs and services,” stated John Schon, Administrator / CEO. “The result will be a series of clinic relocations to better serve our public and improve the patient experience.”
The Gust Newberg Clinic has always provided space for visiting physicians from outside the local area to bring their specialty services so they can be more conveniently accessed by local patients. Daytime clinic space was occupied by these visiting specialists. In the evening, the same clinic space was utilized by the After Hours Clinic. Over time, patient volumes at the After Hours Clinic have grown making it necessary to find a separate location for the Newberg Clinic’s physicians and their patients.
Currently, the Newberg Clinic provides space for: Marquette Neurosurgery – Craig Coccia, MD; Baycare Clinic Neurosurgery – Richard Harrison, MD and Max Ots, MD; Upper Michigan Cardiovascular Associates; and Cardiology Associates of Bellin Health. Providers lease space on a monthly basis, bring their own support staff and schedule their own patients.
“This has been a very successful arrangement for many years,” explained Susan Hadley, Chief Nursing Officer. “By holding clinics in the local area, our patients are spared the inconvenience and expense of travel. We are happy to continue this service in a new environment, which will more comfortably meet the needs of both our patients and visiting physicians.”
The new location for the Newberg Clinic includes a patient wait area, three spacious exam rooms with private bathrooms, a procedure room, and a work room for the visiting specialist and staff. The atmosphere is quiet and relaxing. Patients may access the new location by parking in the west lot, entering the main entrance to the Dickinson Medical Building, taking the elevator to the second floor and following the hallway to Suite 230. All appointments are made by contacting the offices of the individual providers who lease clinic space.