Patient Care

The Department of Medicine offers multi-specialty clinics for patients. Our providers have faculty appointments within Michigan State University College of Human Medicine Department. Our commitment to education allows our providers to teach future medical professionals and participate in research.

MSU Breslin Cancer Center

The MSU Breslin Cancer Center is a full-service, community-based outpatient cancer care facility, with a reach that extends throughout the U.S. through its participation in clinical trials.  A list our clinical trials is available online.

The MSU Internal Medicine Clinic specializes in primary care for adults 18 years and older, often treating some of the most complex patients.  Housed in the same location to deliver a multidisciplinary approach to patient care is our Specialty Center, which includes the following clinics: Cardiology, Endocrinology, Infectious Disease, and Occupational Medicine.

MSU Specialty Center

Also located at the same location is the Complex Patient Clinic (CPC).  This clinic was established for training faculty and residents in mental health care including substance use. The CPC sees patients of both faculty and residents from our medical and specialty clinics. It provides otherwise inaccessible mental health care for many of our patients. It is staffed by 1-2 General Internal Medicine faculty trained in mental health care and by 2-3 residents in training. It currently meets every Friday morning in the medical clinic. Patients are seen by referral from internal medicine and family medicine clinicians.