Community Open House to Celebrate New Orthopaedic Office in Grand Haven – Feb. 7

Community Invited to Open House to Celebrate New Orthopaedic Associates of Muskegon’s Grand Haven Office


Grand Haven, Michigan – Orthopaedic Associates of Muskegon (OAM), the largest orthopaedic practice on the lakeshore, will host a community open house to celebrate the opening of their new expanded office in Grand Haven. The open house will be held Tuesday, February 7 from 4:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. on the 2nd floor of the Harbor Dunes Health Center, 1445 Sheldon Road. The open house is free to attend, and light refreshments will be served.


The new office is more than four times the size of the practice’s previous Grand Haven location, allowing OAM to increase services in northern Ottawa County. With the enlarged space, OAM now offers walk-in orthopaedic urgent care in Grand Haven for those who experience a bone or joint injury and need to be seen right away. The OAM orthopaedic urgent care center charges physician office rates, which are much lower than traditional urgent care centers and emergency rooms, and patients who visit OAM orthopaedic urgent care are seen immediately by an orthopaedic specialist. Urgent care hours at the Grand Haven location are 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday – Friday, with future plans to extend hours to weekday evenings and Saturday mornings.


In addition to walk-in orthopaedic urgent care, the new office includes more space for x-rays, new procedure rooms for pain injections, and a durable medical equipment (DME) store on-site. Several physicians have expanded their hours in order to see more patients at the Grand Haven location as well.

About Orthopaedic Associates of Muskegon
Orthopaedic Associates of Muskegon (OAM) is the largest orthopaedic practice on the West Michigan lakeshore, with 26 physicians who specialize in the treatment of all types of bone and joint issues. The practice has offices in Muskegon and Grand Haven, with orthopaedic walk-in urgent care at both locations. OAM provides state-of-the-art surgical and non-surgical treatment therapies, including physical therapy, to treat disorders and injuries to the shoulder, spine, hip and knee, as well as the extremities – foot/ankle, leg, hand/wrist and elbow. For more information visit