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Southwestern Medical Clinic (SWMC)
  • Unique multi-specialty medical practice
  • Focus on patients in our community and throughout the world
  • Dedicated to serving Jesus Christ through medical care, foreign and domestic missions and Christian witness
Our practice includes:
  • 6 locations in Berrien County Michigan
  • 80+ physicians/providers - Goal of quality, compassionate care
  • Cutting-edge technology (Mammotome, Bone Density Testing)
  • Electronic health records
  • Support for missions (domestic & international)
  • Not-for-profit foundation (help medical students experience short term mission work)

Our Locations

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SWMC Announcements
Growing in Grace - An Emotional Wellness Conference An Emotional Wellness Conference for the Community Local counselors from Southwestern Medical Clinic are joining keynote speaker, David Jenkins, in ...  Click for details...

Team Haiti... In March of 2010, Southwestern Medical Clinic Foundation sponsored a medical team from the area to provide medical care at the Dessalines Hospital and ...  Click for details...

Southwestern Medical Clinic and Lakeland HealthCare Join Forces... In March, Southwestern Medical Clinic and Lakeland HealthCare aligned to form a single organization to provide health services in Southwestern ...  Click for details...

Help for Haiti... Dr. Dan Snyder with his wife and son were in Haiti when the earthquake struck. Fortunately all are safe and are working with the Southwestern Medical ...  Click for details...

SWMC Team goes to Tenwek in Kenya... Southwestern Medical Clinic is sending a team of doctors to Tenwek Hospital in Kenya, Africa in 2010. We are helping to provide coverage so that the ...  Click for details...

Meet Our Providers
Kline, Craig, MD

Dr. Kline graduated magna cum laude from the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana, and he received his medical degree from Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit. Dr. Kline completed his general surgery residency at Detroit Medical Center and Wayne State University, where he served as Chief Administrative Resident. He is an advocate for the underprivileged, and was inspired to become a surgeon following mission trips to both Ecuador and Kenya.

\"I decided to specialize in surgery after serving on a mission trip with my friend’s father who was a missionary surgeon,\" Dr. Kline said. \"I traveled with him to Ecuador to assist him with surgery. I’ve been involved in the medical field for a long time, but it was my experience with this man that introduced me to the surgical field.\"