Monthly Archives: November 2014

Preventions Practices Team Hosts “EveryDay People” Art Installation, Bringing Awareness to HIV/AIDS

If you want to see the face of HIV/AIDS, look at everyone you see every day. That’s the message of... Read more »

Maya: An Extraordinary Therapy Dog at Mercy Health Muskegon

Volunteer Cindy Hutchison brings her therapy dog, Maya, to Hackley Campus on a weekly basis to visit patients and hospital... Read more »

A Critical Patient, A Tall Mocha and A Nurse’s Promise

Ryan Keyes, RN, Critical Care Unit, Mercy Campus, recently cared for post-open-heart-surgery patient Jean Hunt of Montague. Twenty-seven years ago,... Read more »

Elaine Phee, Acute Rehab Unit, Wins Friend of Nursing Award!

Elaine Phee, COTA in the Acute Rehab Unit at Hackley Campus was nominated by her manager, Niki Vanderleest, for her… Read more »

Can-do Attitude Gets Diabetes Under Control

November is Diabetes Awareness Month By Dave LeMieux Jean Wasserman learned the principles of floral arrangement at Michigan State University,… Read more »

Leslie Pillar, RN, Lakeshore Campus, Wins September DAISY Award

Leslie Pillar, RN, Surgical Care, Lakeshore Campus, is the winner of the September DAISY award. Susan Radtke, NP, made the… Read more »

Mercy Health Weight Management Serving Customers Coast to Coast

Mercy Health Weight Management helps hundreds of clients around the country with their weight-loss goals through excellent customer services. By… Read more »

Happy Birthday, Shirley Franks!

On Tuesday, October 7, 2014, people came to Mercy Health Lake Village to greet Shirley Franks, volunteer greeter, who turned... Read more »