D.A. Blodgett-St. John’s (DABSJ) reached its fundraising goal of $10 million to build a multipurpose facility, bringing children and family services under one roof.
LANSING — Michigan’s number of hospitalized adults with confirmed COVID-19 cases reached a new pandemic high Monday, nearing 4,200 as the state continued to confront surging infections.
High tech and human: How University of Michigan Health-West innovations bring patients and providers closer
The difference is noticeable from the moment the health care provider greets the patient in the exam room.
LANSING — Nearly $1.4 million in federal funding has been approved to help Michigan’s meat and poultry processors recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and expand their processing capacity.
A local provider of drive-thru and concierge health care is offering a new monitoring service for employees looking to prove natural COVID-19 immunity to their employers.
Fifth Third Bank made a $10,000 technology grant to Burton Middle School to support the school’s engagement with the new virtual Young Bankers Club program.
The Wayland Fire Department will purchase a new extrication tool after receiving financial donations from the Gun Lake Tribe and Gun Lake Casino.