The Bonnie Wesorick Center for Health Care Transformation is an endowed center promoting interprofessional collaboration through the Kirkhof College of Nursing at Grand Valley State University.  As a scholarly center developed to honor the legacy work of Bonnie Wesorick, it is home to the Interprofessional Institute for Polarity Thinking in Health Care, which is focused on teaching the skills of Polarity Thinking to groups in academia and practice. 

The Wesorick Center also coordinates scholarly research, events and collaborative projects that join practice with academia to advance the transformation of health care and address issues within health care systems.  The Bonnie Wesorick Center for Health Care Transformation aims to be the most relevant center that improves person-centered care and health outcomes as it links practice issues with academic services and innovations.  Based in West Michigan, the center’s constituents include students, faculty and community partners from local, regional and international settings.