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MyMichigan Health annual Spiritual Care Conference postponed until Spring of 2020. Learn more.
Learn how the OB nurses from MyMichigan Medical Center Alpena comforted Dr. McClintic with professionalism and compassion during her new and expected birth of her daugher Maddox.
Steve Mousseau of Hubbard Lake wins a new 2021 Yamaha EPS Side-by-Side from MyMichigan Health Foundation raffle held last month for the new patient tower. Learn more.
MyMichigan Health's Spiritual Care Conference engages the community in exploring spiritual matters as they relate to health and health care. This year’s conference will be held on Thursday, Jan. 27, 2022, at the Great Health Banquet & Convention Center. Register today!
COVID-19 inpatients at MyMichigan Medical Center Alpena are benefiting from the philanthropy of a local 10-year-old. Learn how Theo Stafford's donation is helping patients.
MyMichigan Health, in partnership with Healogics, opened a new Wound Treatment Center at 2375 M-30, adjacent to MyMichigan Medical Center West Branch.
Women and families needing maternity care in Northeast Michigan will benefit from a donation provided by Alpena Alcona Area Credit Union to MyMichigan Medical Center Alpena.
Thanks to the prompt care Cheryl Neubecker received, she was able to win her battle with COVID. She’s thankful she received the care she needed right away in her hometown, where she feels comfortable and can receive care from familiar faces. Learn more.
Four weeks after platelet rich plasma (PRP) treatment at MidMichigan’s WellSport Program, Jack Miller has regained 50% motion back in his shoulders and by 8-weeks he is 100% back to normal with no pain. Learn more.
Area residents receiving treatment for cancer will experience a comforting environment and have access to enhanced treatment technology thanks in large part to Lafarge Presque Isle’s fundraising efforts. Learn more.