Utah tribe to open health care facilities in Michigan

The Confederated Goshute Tribes of Utah are opening two health care facilities in Michigan.

The tribes acquired a facility in Clinton Township that will provide specialty treatment. The center will open this weekend.

The tribes also plan to break ground on a 350-bed full-service hospital that will primarily serve the area's Indian population. The exact location has not been disclosed.

The Goshute confederation is made of several Goshute bands and is a separate federally recognized entity.

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