Patients at Detroit medical center which burned get treatment elsewhere

Park Medical Center on Grand River Avenue burned down earlier this month; 2 people found dead

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DETROIT - Patients of the Detroit medical facility that was destroyed by a fire earlier this month are receiving treatment at two alternate Park Medical Centers' clinics, and a hotline has been set up for inquiries, administrators announced Wednesday.

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As Park works to rebuild their Grand River Avenue office, patients can continue to receive treatment from their physician at these locations:

• Dr. Richard Brown and Dr. Gloria Chaney are seeing patients at 12871 E. Jefferson Ave., Detroit, MI 48215. Telephone Number is 313-821-3900

• Dr. Barry Bronstein is seeing patients at 20720 Plymouth Road, Detroit, MI 48228. Telephone Number is 313-493-4330

Patients can also call 313-894-5228 or 248-356-5555 for more information.

No employees have been displaced by the April 9, 2013 fire and ensuing tragedy, and workers have been connected with grief counselors, said Jeffrey Brown, CEO of Park Medical Centers.

"We want patients to know that we are still open and seeing patients in other locations, and we are committed to rebuilding in the area," said Brown. "There's going to be a new building at that same location."

A woman was shot several times before a former maintenance worker at the building where she worked set it on fire and turned the gun on himself, Detroit police said.

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