Monthly Archives: September 2014

Workplace Health and Alcoa Howmet Working Together for Safety

Communicating and listening to experts about safety in the workplace can dramatically reduce the number of work-related injuries and the amount of time that skilled, valuable employees miss from work due to these injuries.

Sisters Have More to Live For After Bariatric Surgeries

It’s what they stood to gain — more time together — that persuaded sisters Ruth Buell and Carol Mullins to both have bariatric surgery.

Mercy Health Nurse and Technician Win Awards for their Act of Kindness

Julie Neuman, RN, won the August DAISY Award and Kelly Briggs, emergency room technician, won the August Friends of Nursing Award for their selfless acts of kindness for a patient in need.

10th Annual Cars for Cancer – Coupes, Chassis and Caring Hearts

When Lester “Digger” Duncan found the Different Strokes Car Club’s Cars for Cancer event online, there was no way he was going to miss it.

Patient’s Note Creates Ripple Effect in Surgery

By Dave LeMieux Note: Click the double arrow in the slideshow for a better view of the photos and captions.... Read more »

Re-Igniting the Spirit of Caring: How the Experience is Impacting a Mercy Health Physician’s Practice

Photo Caption: Hernan Lescay, M.D., MHPP Bear Creek Health Center, North Muskegon By Rachel Mitteer, Quality & Care Transformation Rarely... Read more »

Car Seats Save Smith Kids from a Violent Crash!

Safe Kids West Michigan fits, installs and fine tunes new car seats for the Smith’s new vehicle By Dave LeMieux… Read more »