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East Ann Arbor Health and Geriatrics Center

In 2007, the Geriatrics Center Clinics and Turner Geriatric Clinic opened in a new facility in northeast Ann Arbor. The East Ann Arbor Health and Geriatrics Center on 4260 Plymouth Road is easily accessable for our patients, with ample parking including valet service. In addition to examination rooms and reception, the builiding houses administrative offices and classroom space for patient education. Adjacent to the clinics is the Ambulatory Surgery and Medical Procedures Center.

Turner Senior Resource Center

The Turner Senior Resource Center houses the community outreach programs of the Geriatrics Center Social Work and Community Programs. Located on 2401 Plymouth Road, the TSRC offers many social, educational and support programs and services to older adults in the community. Among these are the Silver Club Memory Loss Programs and the offices of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at U-M. Also housed in the TSRC is the U-M Housing Bureau for Seniors.

Mobility Research Center

Using expertise from a number of disciplines such as geriatrics, biomehanics, exercise physiology, nursing, physical and occupational therapy and neuropsychology, the Mobility Research Center studies the mechanisms underlying mobility problems and develops interventions to address these problems. Patients from the Mobility Enhancement Clinic of the Geriatrics Center Clinics are often referred to the Mobility Research Center to participate in innovative interventions.

300 North Ingalls Building

The administrative and faculty offices of the Geriatrics Center and Institute of Gerontology are located on the newly renovated, 9th floor suite of the NIB, including the office of the Director.

Biomedical Science Research Building

The BSRB is an award-winning, state-of the-art research facility. The biogerontology laboratories of Geriatrics Center and Institute of Gerontology research scientists are located in the facility. Laboratory research conducted by our faculty at the BSRB include research into the cellular, biological and genetic mechanisms of aging and age-related disease.