For more than 80 years we’ve been a healthcare focal point in Saginaw and surrounding communities. HealthSource Saginaw has changed and transformed to meet the needs of those we serve – from tuberculosis patients in the 1930s…to those seeking long-term care or recovery from surgery, debilitating illness or injury, chemical dependency, or mental health issues today.
We are a rehabilitation/recovery hospital. There is no one like us in the region offering the scope of services from short-term care to a lifetime of care.
Mission, Vision, Values
Outstanding people working together to improve the physical and emotional health of the lives we touch.
To be recognized as the premier provider and employer in the Great Lakes Bay Region providing innovative rehabilitation, nursing care, and behavioral health services.
HealthSource Saginaw was originally known as Saginaw County Hospital upon its establishment by the County of Saginaw in 1930 as a tuberculosis sanatorium at 3340 Hospital in Saginaw Township.
In 1971, the hospital changed its name from Saginaw County Hospital to Saginaw Community Hospital. In 1991, the hospital incorporated and became a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization.
In 1994, the hospital was renamed HealthSource Saginaw, Inc.
In August 2004, Saginaw County voters approved a 25-year millage to fund a $35 million project to replace the facility’s aging infrastructure. After four years of construction, the expansion project was completed in 2010.
Although HealthSource Saginaw has been a separate entity from Saginaw County since 1991, we deeply appreciate the continued support that Saginaw County residents provide through the millage for our building.
Today, the need for services in Behavioral Medicine, Medical Rehabilitation, and Long-Term Care has never been greater, and HealthSource operates independently through payments from patients and insurance companies.
Medical Rehabilitation Center
(founded in 1946)
Inpatient rehabilitation, skilled care, and outpatient rehabilitation designed to rebuild lives through occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech-language pathology, and recreational therapy
Behavioral Medicine Center
(founded in 1971)
White Pine Mental Health Center — for 24-hour psychiatric care for children, adolescents and adults
Pathways Chemical Dependency Center — inpatient rehabilitation and/or detoxification treatment for adults
Long-Term Care Center
(founded in 1930)
For 24-hour short-term skilled and extended nursing care
Our Beach Neighborhood provides care for up to 38 inpatient medical rehabilitation patients, each receiving around-the-clock nursing care as well as rigorous therapy to help them rebuild their lifestyle after serious injury, illness, or major surgery. Occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech-language pathologists, and recreational therapists work as a team with neuropsychologist, physiatrists, rehabilitation nurses, nursing aides, social workers, and case managers.
All patient rooms have accessible private bathrooms with showers, flat screen TVs, and pleasant views to the landscaped grounds. Our Home Room — donated by Field Neurosciences Institute — is an apartment-style suite patients and families can use to practice the skills required to return to independent living prior to discharge from their rehabilitation program. The Home Room features a living room, bedroom, kitchen, and bathroom. We encourage family members to spend the night to see firsthand how the transition home will be, while still having experienced staff available to troubleshoot any issues that may arise.
Our more than 7,000-square-foot therapy gym is a focal point on the HealthSource Saginaw’s Main Street, providing one of Michigan’s most impressive therapy facilities. The open atmosphere is conducive to collaboration among therapists and patients.
HealthSource Saginaw is the leading rehabilitation facility in the area to offer these advanced technologies:
NESS® H200™ for regaining hand and arm mobility after stroke or neurological injury
NESS® L300™ to improve foot drop
Saebo Arm Training Program for neurological injuries
VitalStim & DPNS techniques for patients who need to regain the ability to swallow
Other impressive elements in the therapy gym include:
Car in the physical therapy area to prepare patients for re-entry into the community
Training apartment in the occupational therapy area with a full kitchen, bedroom, living room, and bathroom to prepare patients for return to home
Our Great Lakes, Garden, Patriot, and Wheels neighborhoods are home to as many as 213 residents requiring 24-hour skilled or extended care. The majority of our living quarters offer private rooms with private restrooms. HealthSource is the largest long-term care facility in the area, offering around-the-clock care from registered nurses. Residents of our Long-Term Care Center also have access to our state-of-the-art therapy gym, team, and equipment.
HealthSource also offers a secure neighborhood for residents diagnosed with dementia. Having on-site psychiatrists in the nearby Behavioral Medicine Center makes HealthSource unique in its ability to manage patients in this and all neighborhoods who might be dealing with depression or other mental health issues.
HealthSource Saginaw’s White Pine Mental Health Center is able to provide treatment for 85 children, adolescents, and adults. White Pine Mental Health Center specializes in acute crisis stabilization through medication management, group therapies, and aftercare planning.
The entire facility is designed for the personal safety and health of patients and staff.
Our child/adolescent unit is one of the largest in all of Michigan. Rooms are both private and semi-private and grouped by gender.
Patients experience a structured schedule with community meeting, journal time, group therapy, family therapy, recreational therapy, and life skills/wellness group.
Pathways Chemical Dependency Center
HealthSource Saginaw offers a 6-bed chemical dependency treatment center for adults.
Patients experience a structured schedule including community meeting, nursing education, group therapy, journal time, and peer recovery groups.