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Mark Sanchez

Mark Sanchez

Senior Writer

msanchez@mibiz.com

As reform alters the economic model for health care, Lorissa MacAllister sees changes as well in how new medical facilities are designed.

GRAND RAPIDS — United Bank of Michigan plans to enter the Ottawa County market early next year with a new branch in Jenison, the first step of what could become a broader footprint expansion for the bank over the next few years.

WYOMING, Mich. — Orthopaedic Associates of Michigan PC wants to develop a new medical office building that will provide it a home on the southwest side of Kent County and enable it to serve a growing patient base in that area.

Mylan N.V. will proceed with a hostile takeover attempt of Perrigo Co. plc. The company says more than the required two-thirds of shareholders voted today to back the $32.7 billion unsolicited offer for Perrigo.

In a letter to shareholders, Perrigo Chairman and CEO Joe Papa accused Mylan of threatening to delist Perrigo shares should it secure a controlling interest in the company in a hostile takeover attempt.

As retail customers and small business clients increasingly conduct transactions online or through mobile applications on their smartphones or tablets, those who visit a branch office tend to do more than make a quick deposit or withdrawal. By redesigning and adapting the offices, PNC seeks to stay ahead of the changing times.

As Huntington Bank commits $5 million to extend its microlending initiative to West Michigan, the bank has also forged partnerships with organizations to work with prospective business borrowers in the region.

The six Michigan health systems that aligned for a care network want to accelerate improvements in cost and quality by adopting and sharing common standards in an era of accountable care.

ALLEGAN — Growth in the second quarter provides an example of why Chairman and CEO Joe Papa sees a bright future for Perrigo Co. plc and why directors have rejected overtures from Mylan N.V. in the lead up to a hostile takeover attempt.

WYOMING, Mich. — Metro Health walked away from a proposed joint venture with Community Health Systems Inc. after concluding late in the game that it was no longer the “right fit.”

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