Health Care Notebook


February Notebook

Health Care articles

Life sciences firm inks licensing deal with Merck

Michigan confirms first Zika virus case

West Michigan hospitals rate among '50 Best' in US

Q&A: Cindy Miranti

Publisher scores memoir of 'Concussion' doctor

Genetic carrier screening startup thriving in Grand Rapids

Five years in, Lacks has healthier workforce

Medical diagnostics startup secures $9M in funding

Senior living company completes $5M community

Audit: Grand Rapids veterans home didn't check patients

Hospitals earn designation for maternity care

Contract research company undergoes $5M renovation

Hospital foundation names board members

Medical device supplier makes $1.28B acquisition

Health system rolls out mobile NICU

Health information exchange commits $250K to Flint

City approves agreements with GVSU and Belknap Lookout

Health system foundation names board members

Emergency department rates among fastest in US

Medical device maker acquires $31M portfolio

Health care training company releases mobile app

Students, Spectrum partner on med devices

VARI finds potential 'guardian' against neurodegeneration

Health system expands heart and vascular practice

Chiropractors expand practice

Medical device supplier makes $2.7B acquisition

Health system names 'best' physician

The Pulse enewsletter

Feb. 17

Feb. 3

Change ups

Priority Health announced the appointment of Seth W. Wolk to its board of directors. Wolk is the system chief medical officer of Spectrum Health and president of the Spectrum Health Medical Group.

Certified Child Life Specialist Kelsey Combs has joined Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital to provide services to young children and teenagers. Combs will collaborate with Mary Free Bed’s pediatric program team to advocate for patient needs by determining how to best minimize anxiety and support recovery.

Northern Physical Therapy has hired Jessica DeVries as a patient care specialist in its Coopersville clinic. 

Rebecca M. Jansen has joined Dermatology Associates of West Michigan as a partner.

Simple Truth Chiropractic will relocate its practice from 831 Fuller Ave.NE to 2757 Leonard St. NW. The space is undergoing renovation with an opening date scheduled for first quarter 2016.

Northern Physical Therapy has hired patient care specialist Mackenzie Abeare in its Cedar Springs clinic.

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