Japanese Health Program celebrates 25th anniversary
The Japanese Health Program at Michigan Medicine celebrated its 25th anniversary earlier this month.
The program exists at both the Domino’s Farms Family Medicine clinic and the Livonia Health Center. It offers a cross-cultural clinical program within the Department of Family Medicine, providing acute, chronic and preventative health care to Japanese patients.
The program also provides cross-cultural family medicine educational opportunities in both Japan and the U.S. The program consists of bilingual staff members, who may speak Japanese in order to enhance patient care.
Join the organization in thanking the program’s members for providing culturally- and linguistically-sensitive care since 1994!