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Sparrow's TCI’s Moving into the New Herbert-Herman Cancer Center!

Michigan Business Beat
July 14, 2017 2:00 PM

Jeffrey Mosher speaks with Dr. Ronald Voice, a cardiologist with Sparrow Thoracic and Cardiovascular Institute (TCI). Sparrow Health System Lansing, MI.

The Sparrow Herbert-Herman Cancer Center will have a neighbor at the newly opened location on Michigan Avenue. The Sparrow Thoracic and Cardiovascular Institute, or TCI, is consolidating its offices and moving into the building. TCI already offers full-service heart and vascular care, with highly trained physicians and groundbreaking cardiac research. The move just adds to TCI’s reputation as the leading cardiovascular practice in the mid-Michigan region.

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Sparrow's Senior Memory Series

Michigan Business Beat
July 11, 2017 12:00 PM

Chris Holman speaks with Katie Hubbard, Health and Wellness Specialist, Sparrow Health Care System, Lansing, MI. Sparrow is addressing this prevalent health concern by offering a six-week seminar series on Memory Care and Aging as an educational service. Free community learning sessions are part of Sparrow's mission to improve the health of the people in our communities by providing quality, compassionate care to everyone, every time.

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HGB orthopedic services moves into new location as Eaton Regional Orthopedics

Michigan Business Network
July 6, 2017 11:00 AM

Charlotte, Mich. – HGB announces that its orthopedic services has moved to a new location as Eaton Regional Orthopedics. It is now located at 616 Meijer Drive, near the Charlotte, Mich., Meijer.

When HGB and Sparrow formalized their affiliation in fall 2016, they agreed to a collaborative regional approach to community health improvement and patient service experience. Eaton Regional Orthopedics is an example of how the two health care organizations are deploying the shared investments to grow services and provide greater value to communities in greater Eaton County.

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Sparrow Clinton Hospital Honors Local Nurse with DAISY Award for Extraordinary Care

Michigan Business Network
July 5, 2017 3:00 PM

ST. JOHNS, MI – A Sparrow Clinton Hospital Nurse’s special care of her Patients helped earn her the hospital’s DAISY Award for exceptional nursing skills.

Teresa Miller, RN, developed a passion for Nursing as a child. By age 16, she was already assisting elderly ladies in her neighborhood as a nurse’s aide.

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Sparrow Clinton Hospital Achieves Pathway to Excellence® Nursing Designation

Michigan Business Network
July 3, 2017 4:00 PM

ST. JOHNS, MI – A delegation of Sparrow Clinton Hospital Nurses recently received national recognition from their peers for quality measures that help make the hospital a great place to work.

The group was in Dallas, Texas, to formally accept the Pathway to Excellence® designation by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC).

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Sparrow Clinton names Volunteers of the Year

Michigan Business Network
July 3, 2017 3:00 PM

ST. JOHNS, MI – Members of the Clinton County Open Food Distribution Team were recently recognized as the Sparrow Clinton Hospital Volunteers of the Year for their outstanding community service.

The food bank opened its doors in 2002, thanks to support from the Sparrow Clinton Hospital Foundation and the Greater Lansing Food Bank. The group now distributes food on the second Thursday of each month from the Bath Township Hall, assisting an average of 90 families per month. In 2016, members distributed 83,760 pounds of food to friends and neighbors in need.

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Mass casualty exercise held at Sparrow Carson Hospital

Michigan Business Network
July 3, 2017 2:00 PM

CARSON CITY, MI – A mass casualty exercise was recently held at Sparrow Carson Hospital, simulating a tornado striking the west side of the hospital.

The drill involved community partners such as the Carson City Police and Fire Departments, Montcalm County Emergency Response, and students from Carson City-Crystal High School. Montcalm County EMS disaster response trailers were brought on-site just as they would have in a true disaster.

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Delta Dental Foundation Awards $400,000 Grant to Sparrow to Expand Innovative Oral Health Project

Michigan Business Beat
June 30, 2017 5:00 PM

LANSING, MI – The Delta Dental Foundation has awarded Sparrow a $400,000 grant to allow a two-year renewal and expansion of a first-in-the-nation research project that pinpoints how good oral healthcare can improve overall health.

The announcement continues the project first funded by the Delta Dental Foundation in 2015 that provided all Sparrow Hospital Patients with a higher-quality toothbrush, toothpaste with sodium bicarbonate, alcohol-free antiseptic mouthwash, and a suction toothbrush kit for those with difficulty swallowing or spitting.

In these segments Jeffrey Mosher interviews representatives of both Delta Dental of Michigan and Sparrow Health Care System. The four podcasts can be heard clicking the SoundCloud
pack below.

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Michigan Health & Hospital Association Recognizes Healthcare Champions

Michigan Business Network
June 30, 2017 1:30 PM

Awards Presented for Healthcare Contributions of Leaders from Lansing, Houghton, Saginaw and White Lake

LANSING, Mich. — The Michigan Health & Hospital Association (MHA) this week honored several individuals who have greatly influenced healthcare across the state. Receiving the association’s highest achievement award, the 2017 Meritorious Service Award, were Dennis Swan, president and CEO, Sparrow Health System, Lansing, and James Bogan, who recently retired from his position as regional president, UP Health System, and resides in Houghton.

The association’s 2017 Special Recognition Award was presented to Elizabeth Schnettler, the recently retired president of the Hospital Council of East Central Michigan who resides in Au Gres, and Michigan Sen. Mike Kowall (R-White Lake). The awards were presented during the MHA Annual Membership Meeting held this week.

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Gov. Rick Snyder: European trade mission strengthened relationships, made case for Michigan's aerospace sector

Michigan Business Network
June 23, 2017 2:00 PM

Meetings with government, business leaders focused on bringing more jobs to Michigan

Friday, June 23, 2017 LANSING, Mich. – Gov. Rick Snyder today said his investment trip has been productive in deepening relationships and making the case that Michigan is the best place for international businesses to expand, invest and create jobs. Snyder’s delegation completed their investment mission to the International Paris Air Show this week with a stop in Germany and Italy.

Joined by Michigan economic development leaders, Snyder spent the final day of the weeklong trip in Cadorago, Italy meeting with leaders from Clerici-Sacco to discuss Michigan’s focus on the agriculture and dairy sector, as well as related growth opportunities. Cerici-Sacco is a family-owned biotech company. The company’s customers include dairy, nutraceutical and pharmaceutical companies.

Top photo: Gov. Snyder meets with Sacco executives to discuss their North American headquarters. Bottom photo: At the German Ministry of Economic Affairs, Labor and Transportation. Pictured left to right- Tino Breithaupt, MEDC Senior Vice President of Business Development, Gov. Snyder, Minister Olaf Lies, Matt Gibb, Deputy County Executive for Oakland County.

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