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After more than 30 years of service at MidMichigan Health, Chief Financial Officer, Francine Padgett will retire at the end of October 2020. Replacing Francine will be Michael Rose.
From hip replacement, recovering from pneumonia and in-office office procedure, the Diem family has confidence in the staff at MidMichigan Medical Center – Alpena. “I know from experience that our local hospital is safe, top-notch and filled with caring staff,” said Bill Diem.
The proceeds, $4,097, from the Rally for a Cure event at Lost Lake Woods Club at will provide free mammograms and will also assist in providing advanced technology in the Breast Health Department for women of the Alcona, Harrisville, Lincoln and Alpena areas.
MidMichigan Home Care helped Richard Konsdorf work my way back to the active lifestyle I knew. Read Richard's story.
September is Suicide Prevention Month, MidMichigan Health professionals remind you that it is okay to talk about suicide and that seeking help is crucial and never a sign of weakness. We are here to help!
Tammy Terrell, M.S.N., R.N., system vice president and chief nursing officer, MidMichigan Health, was named this year’s recipient of the Bernard E. Lorimer Award. Learn more.
Getting the facts on the flu vaccination, from the experts at MidMichigan Health.
FREE Virtual - eight-week Freedom From Smoking® program beginning Thursday, Oct. 15 - Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020., from 5:30 to 7 p.m., via GoToMeeting™. Register Today!
Family Nurse Practitioner, Megan Layton, F.N.P.-B.C., joins MidMichigan Physicians Group’s Family Medicine office in Alpena, Michigan. Learn more about Megan.
Feeling stressed out? It can sometimes be hard to determine what qualifies as stress and what might actually be classified as anxiety. Learn more from medical expert Kathy Dollard, Psy.D., L.P.