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Centrally located in Kalamazoo, West Michigan Cancer Center & Institute for Blood Disorders serves more than one million people in 10 southwest Michigan counties.

From South of Kalamazoo
To get to WMCC from south of Kalamazoo take US 131 North to Business 131 (exit 36A-Stadium Drive).
Follow Business 131 to highway 43 (W. Michigan), turning right onto Hwy. 43.
Continue on Hwy. 43 to North Park turning left onto North Park.
WMCC will be on your right.

From North of Kalamazoo
To get to WMCC from North of Kalamazoo take US 131 South to Business 131 (exit 41).
Follow Business131 (N. Westnedge) to Hwy. 43 (W. Michigan), turning left onto Hwy.
43. Continue on highway 43 to North Park turning left onto North Park.
WMCC will be on your right.

From West of Kalamazoo
To get to WMCC from West of Kalamazoo take Hwy. 43 (turns into W. Michigan) into Kalamazoo.
Turn left onto North Park. WMCC will be on your right.

From East of Kalamazoo
To get to WMCC from East of Kalamazoo, take Hwy. 43 into Kalamazoo.
Continue on Hwy. 43 until it becomes East Kalamazoo.
Turn left onto North Westnedge, then turn left onto West Michigan, and then left onto North Park.
WMCC will be on your right.

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Take 94 West to Business 94 (King Hwy). Follow Business 94 until it meets Hwy. 43 (E. Kalamazoo).
Turn left onto North Westnedge, then turn left onto West Michigan, and then left onto North Park.
WMCC will be on your right.

Transportation Assistance

Talk to our social workers to find out if you qualify for help through local volunteer organizations.

Senior Services

Call 269-382-0515 for further information.

Shepherd’s Center of Greater Kalamazoo

Transportation assistance for senior citizens that are Kalamazoo Residents may be available. Please call: 269-383-1122

Kalamazoo County Connect

Call 269-350-2970. There is a small fee associated with this service.

Medicaid

If you are a Medicaid recipient, you are able to utilize their services for transportation to and from cancer related appointments. Call your Medicaid worker or the national number on the back of your card.

Lodging/Accommodations

Talk to our social workers if you have to drive a long way for appointments.  They can work with local and national groups to help you find a play to stay.  Some area hotels also offer our patients a discount.