Bronson LakeView Hospital at 408 Hazen Street, Paw Paw, is a non-profit community hospital that has been serving patients and families in Van Buren County since 1939. In 2008, it became part of the Bronson health system and continues to build its reputation for providing high quality care close to home. In 2009 it received the Michigan Center for Rural Health's Michigan Health Quality Improvement Award. As a 35-bed critical access hospital, Bronson LakeView Hospital offers a full range of acute care for inpatients and is a well-established destination for those seeking emergency care, geriatric psychology and surgery. Outpatient services are provided at the hospital as well as at Bronson LakeView Outpatient Center in Paw Paw and at medical offices and clinics in Decatur and Mattawan. Services include behavioral health, home health, rehabilitation, pharmacy, diagnostics and a host of specialty clinics. It also works closely with Bronson Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Lawton. Being part of a large regional health system makes it possible for Bronson LakeView to bring many primary care and specialty resources to Paw Paw and surrounding communities. The hospital is proud to be able to grow so it can continue its legacy of caring for the community and remains dedicated providing service to all patients regardless of their ability to pay. With more than 600 employees, Bronson LakeView Hospital is one of Van Buren County's largest employers and is a significant contributor to the community and to the quality of life enjoyed by residents of southwest Michigan.