DeVos Children’s Hospital receives $15 million gift for innovation center

by: staff

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital is starting up a new research center thanks to a $15 million gift from insurance broker Acrisure.

The Acrisure Center for Innovation in Children’s Health will back cutting-edge treatments for kids, Spectrum Health announced Thursday. It will start with programs in genomics and virtual health care.

“We’re thrilled to accelerate our focus in the areas of genomics, precision medicine and other innovative advancements in care for children,” Spectrum Health President and CEO Tina Freese Decker said in a statement.

“Spectrum Health Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital embodies our passion for innovation and strategic growth and is a partnership we’re intensely proud to be part of,” Acrisure President and CEO Greg Williams added.

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