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- Healthcare Week Recognizes Changing Times
2013 National Healthcare Week theme “A Guiding Light for Changing Times.”
- Dr. Klose Receives 2013 Full-Time Faculty Teaching Award
Paula Klose, M.D., Dean and Asst Professor, Family Medicine, MSU College of Human Medicine Midland, receives 2013 MSU Faculty Teaching Award.
- High Cholesterol is a Threat to the Entire Vascular System
Maintaining healthy levels of cholesterol is as important for your entire vascular system and heart. According to Vascular Surgeon Omar Haqqani, M.D.,
- Free Skin Safety in the Sun Card Available
To aid in the detection and prevention of skin cancer, MidMichigan Health offers a free Skin Safety in the Sun education guide.
- New Procedure Provides Freedom after Forty Years of Pain
Sue Myers of Midland suffered with bladder issues for more than 40 years. With the help of Urologist Karla Witzke, D.O., and a new procedure called InterStim® therapy, she has finally found freedom from pain. The procedure involves surgically implanting a device that stimulates the sacral nerve and acts like a pacemaker for the bladder. Today, more than 50 percent of her symptoms are gone and she no longer has to take medications.
- Community Nurse Julie Wright Receives Together We Can Award
Julie Wright, R.N. community nurse for MidMichigan Medical Center–Gladwin, was awarded the Together We Can Award April 8 at the Public Health Summit for the Central Michigan District Health Department.
- Risk of Developing Vascular Disease Increases in Older Women
After menopause, women have an increased risk of developing atherosclerosis, According to Vascular Surgeon Omar Haqqani, M.D.
- MidMichigan Medical Center–Midland Designated an Aetna Institute of Quality® / Institute of Excellence™
MidMichigan Medical Center–Midland has been designated an Aetna Institute of Quality® Orthopedic Care Facility for total joint replacement and spine surgery.
- Diagnosis of a Rare Disorder Brings Relief after 12 Years
Cheryl Sharrow of Farwell suffered poor circulation problems for more than 12 years. Her family physician referred her to Vascular Surgeon Omar Haqqani, M.D
- Flu Activity Low, Employee Masking Requirements Lifted
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reporting low or minimal local flu activity. MidMichigan Health has lifted employee masking requirements.