Wednesday, August 17, 2016
You’ve met her, but do you know her?Every employee’s introduction to Memorial Healthcare begins with a warm welcome, and likely a quick joke, from Iyla Waters. Iyla started at the hospital as a secretary over 40 years ago and now serves as a Senior Specialist in Human Resources Department.When the Owosso native began her employment at Memorial... Read More
Monday, August 15, 2016
Kortnee Davis was born and raised in Owosso. While growing up, she remembers family and friends working at Memorial Healthcare who always offered positive comments about their experience. Long before her employment at Memorial Healthcare, the hospital was already familiar. She entered college with the desire to become a nurse. It was during her... Read More
Wednesday, August 10, 2016
For most kids, working a paper route means getting up early to provide a community with the timely delivery of the day’s news, without much interaction with the people behind the doors where the newspaper finds its place. Doug Rau, a Nurse Technician working in the Long-Term Care Unit at Memorial Healthcare, doesn’t qualify as “most kids.”“Many of... Read More
Tuesday, August 9, 2016
Allan Goetzinger’s physical therapy expertise and knowledge doesn’t remain solely within the walls of Memorial Healthcare. For him, his job and community are one and the same. He spends his day helping patients recover from a variety of ailments as a Physical Therapist at Memorial Healthcare’s Outpatient Clinic, utilizing his natural patience and... Read More
Friday, August 5, 2016
Memorial Healthcare is pleased to welcome Andrea Miller, board certified Family Nurse Practitioner to the Memorial Medical Associates’ Arnold Medical Clinic and to its medical staff.  Ms. Miller provides primary care services to adults and children at 1975 W. M-21, Suite 104 in Owosso and is looking forward to building strong, collaborative... Read More
Wednesday, August 3, 2016
 Between 2008 and 2010, the U.S. Department of Justice reported 2,515 incidents of human trafficking. Among those incidents, 1,016 involved the sexual exploitation of a child.While this form of modern-day slavery is a nation and worldwide problem, it hits close to home as 74 cases this year have already been reported right here in Michigan.... Read More
Friday, July 22, 2016
Face it, most of us spend more time at work than anywhere else. So it is important to have a workplace that is comfortable, ignites your passion and gives you a sense of fulfillment. This is especially important in a busy hospital setting, but can be challenging to achieve – requiring a team that is committed to supporting all employees from top... Read More
Thursday, July 7, 2016
Pictured right is (l-r): Gabriel Sheena, practicing with Dr. Douglas Forsyth at Chesaning Family Practice; Alexander Ghannam, practicing with Dr. Barbara Gurden at Laingsburg Primary Care; Kasey McKay, practicing with Dr. Roy Small in Chesaning; Michael Wyderko, practicing with Dr. Thomas Teal at Chesaning Family Medicine; and Joshua Forsyth... Read More
Thursday, July 7, 2016
Memorial Healthcare’s Annual Senior EXPO will take place Tuesday, August 23, from 10 am to 2 pm at Memorial Healthcare’s auditorium and grounds, located at 826 W. King Street in Owosso.Activities include health-related vendors, health screenings, physician speakers, door prizes, a picnic-style lunch, free transportation for area seniors, and more!... Read More
Monday, June 13, 2016
Memorial Healthcare Foundation has secured charitable gift commitments of more than $1 million in support of the Going to a Higher Level Campaign. “We are thrilled by generous commitments of donors at Memorial and in the community,” said Barb Nagengast, president of Memorial Healthcare Foundation.  “Our Board members, physicians, and... Read More

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