Here are tips to help you know when to call your doctor or go to the emergency department.
Ludington nurses reflect on providing decades of compassionate care.
Environmental services teams have long played a critical role in health care settings—but in a pandemic, they're front and center.
She thought she might have COVID-19. She soon learned she'd suffered a severe heart attack.
A knee injury on his daughter’s wedding day couldn’t stop Gary Bustance from walking her down the aisle.
It felt like the flu, but turned into something much more serious. A new mother gets fast care—for her and for her baby.
ERs get busy as seasonal cases surge. An expert medical team directs patients to a better, more convenient option.
Specific proteins released by a damaged heart may help doctors quickly identify patients at high risk of heart attack and stroke.
A deer collided into his motorcycle, throwing Ken Pierce to the pavement and breaking his ribs. An innovative 'rib plating' surgery offered a quicker recovery with less pain.
The increasing popularity of alternatives to the hospital is likely being driven by a variety of factors, including cost, convenience, and long wait times.
When Janice Covey found her husband barely breathing on the side of a cold and snowy road, she didn't know what to expect.
Peter Cramer wanted to put off medical assistance for severe pain―until a friend referred him to a Spectrum Health video visit. A few hours later, he was in surgery.