New Grand Rapids Location for Mercy Health Infusion Services on July 11

Mercy Health Infusion Services Moves to Second Floor of Lacks Cancer Center on July 11 With capacity for 13 infusion chairs and three private rooms with space for beds and chairs, Mercy Health Infusion Services moves to the second floor of Mercy Health Lacks Cancer Center on July 11, in the former space of the … Read more New Grand Rapids Location for Mercy Health Infusion Services on July 11

Julie Haveman, Volunteer, Friend of Nursing – June 2016

Congratulations to Julie Haveman, Volunteer on 3 Lacks, who has been named as Friend of Nursing Award Recipient for June 2016! Nominated by two staff nurses, David Thomas and April Brady, on the unit of 3 Lacks, Julie Haveman, a volunteer for the past year and a half, was selected to be the Friend of … Read more Julie Haveman, Volunteer, Friend of Nursing – June 2016

Cancer Survivors Day – Celebrating the Survivors

Mercy Health celebrated National Cancer Survivors Day on Tuesday, June 14, on 5 Lacks. The event honors survivors and their loved ones and had nearly 200 people in attendance. Mercy Health staff asked survivors what they are celebrating most throughout their journey. Click through the photos below for their inspiring messages:

Mercy Health Muskegon’s Hep C Clinic Introduces FibroScan Services

(Excerpts taken from FOX17 WXMI) Dr. Elaine Leigh, a nurse practitioner at Mercy Health Muskegon’s Hep C Clinic, recently participated in an interview with FOX17’s Erica Francis to talk about the new¬†diagnostic tool, FibroScan — an ultrasound technology to determine if a patient has liver scarring or fibrosis. The test takes only a few minutes, … Read more Mercy Health Muskegon’s Hep C Clinic Introduces FibroScan Services

Mercy Health and the Health Project Collaborative Recognized by White House for Community Benefit

  Mercy Health and the Health Project were recognized by the White House’s Office of National Drug Control Policy as a community benefit success story for drug prevention initiatives. The Health Project’s Coalition for a Drug Free Muskegon County facilitates six different teams with over 80 members from public health, law enforcement, substance abuse agencies, … Read more Mercy Health and the Health Project Collaborative Recognized by White House for Community Benefit

Nationally Recognized Asthma Care in West Michigan

Formed in 1994, the Asthma Network of West Michigan is believed to be the first grassroots asthma coalition in the nation to receive reimbursement for asthma education and case management services from health insurance plans. Located on the campus of Mercy Health Saint Mary’s, today its services have expanded to adults as well as children … Read more Nationally Recognized Asthma Care in West Michigan

Leading the Way for Caring for Babies Experiencing Opiate Drug Withdrawal

Mercy Health Saint Mary’s Receives 2016 Center of Excellence Designation in Education and Training for Supporting Better Practices for Infants Experiencing Withdrawal Mercy Health Saint Mary’s is proud to announce it has earned the 2016 Center of Excellence Designation in Education and Training for infants and families impacted by infant opioid drug withdrawal. Designated by … Read more Leading the Way for Caring for Babies Experiencing Opiate Drug Withdrawal