In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, demand for mental health care nationwide is extremely high. Locally, graduates of Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services’ psychiatry programs are working to fill that gap.
Allison Paradise recently launched a youth organization focused on nurturing mental health in children and young people.
DETROIT — The state of Michigan has agreed to destroy more than 3 million dried blood spots taken from babies and kept in storage, a partial settlement in an ongoing lawsuit over consent and privacy in the digital age.
Three Grand Rapids Community College students were accepted to a five-month program at Johns Hopkins Schools of Medical Imaging.
A regional health system named its chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer.
Michigan health insurance provider Priority Health recently appointed two new vice presidents to the company.
A Grand Rapids-based medical storage company rolled out a new remote access lock system for medical carts.
A local nonprofit is hosting free vaccine clinics this summer.
A recent study by Van Andel Institute revealed key aspects to understanding the root of esophageal and stomach cancers.
A West Michigan-based nonprofit added a new member to its leadership team.
A local university appointed a new dean to its college of health professions.
A BHSH System hospital is adding a new, eight-patient hyperbaric chamber.
Pfizer will invest $120 million into its existing Kalamazoo facility to support the production of an oral treatment for COVID-19.
Cancer and Hematology Centers of Western Michigan recently entered a partnership with Nashville-based OneOncology.
A local nonprofit finished a new expansion providing dental, vision, chiropractic and mental health care to people without homes.
Two Grand Rapids companies cut the ribbon on a renovated headquarters.
BHSH System unveiled a new robotics technology for invasive surgeries.
A recent delivery of groundbreaking technology will enable a Grand Rapids-based precision medicine company to make strides in detecting and treating cancer.
Spartan Innovations and Start Garden reported this month economic development growth among high-tech startups is continuing in the region.
A Grand Rapids-based provider of custom health care services added a new member to its leadership team.