Trinity Health and Community Partners Come Together: Mental Health for Everyone

The death of Patrick Lyoya and the subsequent release of videos depicting his death are devastating. We recognize that seeing these events unfold on television and social media are traumatic and can strain physical and mental health. As community providers committed to the health of the people we serve, we understand the damaging effects cumulative … Read more Trinity Health and Community Partners Come Together: Mental Health for Everyone

Welcome Home to Trinity Health Muskegon, Gina Garton

Welcome Home is a series of articles featuring colleagues who chose to work at Trinity Health above other organizations or who left health care and later answered the call to return to a career of service and healing in Muskegon. Gina Garton, RN, BSN, needed a break. She was exhausted. After working in the Intensive Care … Read more Welcome Home to Trinity Health Muskegon, Gina Garton

Family Physician Offers Healthy Tips to Prepare for Your Next Race

By Family Physician Jacob Taylor, DO, MPH Trinity Health Medical Group Lakeshore Medical Center – Whitehall Whether you are a beginner or an advanced runner, preparing for any race, involves key practices that will help to keep you fit. First, keep in mind that nutrition is key. Eating clean, whole foods is important for your body … Read more Family Physician Offers Healthy Tips to Prepare for Your Next Race

A Proud Legacy of Service: Trinity Health Muskegon

The story of health care in Muskegon is long and complex. Over time, four hospitals grew and adjusted to changing community needs: Mercy Hospital, Hackley Hospital, Muskegon General, and Lakeshore Hospital (in Shelby). For a century, Mercy Hospital and Hackley Hospital each served the community. Over time, the two hospitals merged forming one, unified health … Read more A Proud Legacy of Service: Trinity Health Muskegon

Trinity Health Saint Mary’s Grand Rapids Goes to the Dogs with New K-9 Program

Kyro, Bosco, Marco, and Zan are four of the newest furry friends that traveled from three different countries to Trinity Health Saint Mary’s as a part of a pilot K-9 program aimed at reducing workplace violence and supporting employee morale. “The dogs were selected in February and started training in early March,” said Dave Kiddle, … Read more Trinity Health Saint Mary’s Grand Rapids Goes to the Dogs with New K-9 Program

Trinity Health Michigan Unites Under One Brand

For Immediate ReleaseContact:Bobby MaldonadoPager:248-725-2400Bobby.Maldonado@stjoeshealth.org Trinity Health Michigan Unites Under One BrandSaint Joseph Mercy Health System, Mercy Health, IHA andMercy Health Physician Partners Adopt Trinity Health Name and Logo CANTON, Mich. (April 13, 2022) – Trinity Health Michigan will rebrand eight hospitals and hundreds of care sites in Michigan to build recognition, trust and pride under the … Read more Trinity Health Michigan Unites Under One Brand

Recipe for High Protein Asian Slaw

Serves 4 Ingredients   1 bagged cabbage salad kit   2 cups frozen, shelled edamame beans   ½ cup roasted cashews   ¼ red onion, diced   ¼ cup carrot ginger dressing  (Note: Some salad kits will come with an Asian-inspired dressing that you can use as well.) Directions   Start by laying out all ingredients. Gather a large plastic bag for easy mixing.   Dice red … Read more Recipe for High Protein Asian Slaw

Trinity Health Saint Mary’s Colleagues Recognized as Hometown Heroes

Karen Kennedy, MD, primary care regional medical director for Trinity Health Medical Group, and Liberty Jacques, DNP, RN, director of Infection Prevention & Control at Trinity Health, have been named two of 11 Hometown Heroes, selected by the Grand Rapids African American Health Institute (GRAAHI). Kennedy, Jacques, and the Trinity Health team worked to address … Read more Trinity Health Saint Mary’s Colleagues Recognized as Hometown Heroes

March Madness Leads to “Surreal Experience” for Mercy Health Saint Mary’s Colleague

When Dequindre Wiggins knew his sister’s basketball team was advancing to the NCAA women’s basketball Sweet Sixteen, the only thing standing in his way to watch her play — was work. “I messaged several co-workers in a group chat about getting the day off or leaving early to see my sister play,” said Wiggins. “My … Read more March Madness Leads to “Surreal Experience” for Mercy Health Saint Mary’s Colleague