Arab American non-profit expands Macomb County services, opens primary care clinic

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Nick Meyer STERLING HEIGHTS ?— The Arab American & Chaldean Council announced it will now be offering integrated health care services in Sterling Heights, with the opening of the council’s new primary care clinic. The clinic is located at ACC’s Macomb location at 38219 Mound Rd. in Sterling Heights, providing a multi-faceted healthcare model for the neighboring community. “ACC is proud to support the overall well-being of community members in Southeast Michigan,” said Dr. Haifa Fakhouri, the ACC’s president & CEO. “Expanding our Macomb services to include primary care will help us continue making a difference in the lives of those we serve.” The clinic opened this month and offers services to community members on Tuesdays, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Services include English as a second language, computer training/digital literacy, employment training, citizenship training and DHHS support.Individuals who are not insured or underinsured are also welcome for primary care and behavioral health services.