Western Wayne Family Health Centers is your medical home. We provide high quality, affordable care to all—whether or not you have health insurance, no matter how old you are or where you live. Our primary care, OB/GYN, dental, behavioral health services, as well as immunizations, school & sports physicals, health education and prevention programs are open to everyone.

We are a FTCA deemed facility.

WWFHC Now Has 3 Locations: Inkster: 313 561 5100 | Taylor: 734 941 4991 | Lincoln Park: 313 383 1897

Primary Care

WWFHC has physicians and nurse practitioners who can take care of people of all ages…from newborns to seniors. Our providers specialize in internal medicine, family practice, adult medicine and pediatrics. We have the right person to take care of you!


WWFHC takes care of women’s health needs for all ages. From birth control to prenatal care and delivery, cancer screenings, treatment of infections to menopause care, trust our doctors, nurse midwives and nurse practitioners for all your OB/GYN care.

Behavioral Health

WWFHC is an innovator with our integrated behavioral health service model. We have social workers who can help you to make changes to improve your physical and mental health, as well as therapists for counseling for everyone, including children.

Dental Care

Our dental clinics do teeth cleaning, X-rays, fillings, extractions, dentures and emergency dental evaluations for children and adults. We accept all dental insurance plans, including Medicaid.

Recent News

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Inkster staff got into the spirit of Red Nose Day today. They also know how to have a little fun at work!

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Today is Red Nose Day, a national celebration of humor to support children’s charities. The Lincoln Park staff had their usual fun time wearing their red noses!

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Film Changes Direction

During Mental Health Awareness month, the goal is not only for people who think they need help to find it, but to have all of us understand more about mental health. There are some great movies that show realistic stories about people and families struggling–and often overcoming–mental health conditions. Add them to your Netflix list and gain information and compassion for the many people around you who are dealing with something right now. http://www.changedirection.org/film-changes-direction/

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Downriver Council for the Arts

Things for kids to do this summer that aren’t too expensive!

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