We are proud to partner with organizations in the community who support our goal of inspiring healthy living in the southwest Michigan. The following organizations show community members how much fun staying active can be by providing resources available in our area all year long:
Learn how you can Get Moving with our Community Partners!
Railsback Indoor Sports Expo offers one-on-one private lessons for baseball, softball, soccer, and agility training.
Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game!
Strength training is shown to have a number of health benefits.
Battle Ropes work the whole body while moving weighted ropes in wave like motions with the arms.
Here in southwest Michigan people of all ages can participate in recreational soccer leagues year round.
Learn to fly, and do many other yoga poses, on the aerial yoga hammocks available at The Collective.
A fall favorite of many is finding their way through a maze of corn. Although corn mazes are often seen as a recreational activity for the whole family, it provides a great opportunity to get those extra steps in without even realizing you’re working out.
Training at Crossfit Tides creates a bond among members that is authentic and real. Being held accountable, constantly improving, and growing are all things they do together.
Find out simple ways to get moving at your desk during the work day.
Spectrum Health Lakeland was recognized as an Adopter of the Healthcare Financial Management Association’s PATIENT FINANCIAL COMMUNICATIONS BEST PRACTICES®.
Through the Allied Health Careers Scholarship program, Spectrum Health Lakeland Foundation awarded a total of $47,500 in the form of 37 scholarships.
The Economic Alliance for Michigan (EAM) awarded Lakeland Medical Center and Lakeland Hospital Niles with the Patient Safety Excellence Award.
New COVID-19 testing equipment, additional supplies, and expanded testing criteria in the state are making it possible for more people in Southwest Michigan to be tested for the virus.
In honor of frontline health care workers at Spectrum Health Lakeland, Andrews University has commissioned an art installation which was recently unveiled within the Lakeland Medical Center Pavilion.
Hiro, a two-year-old male German shepherd from Slovakia, joins handler, Chris Aungst, a retired police officer with the Berrien County Sheriff’s Department.
The Michigan Health Endowment Fund has awarded Spectrum Health Lakeland with a $55,474 grant in support of a pop-up art and wellness exhibit.
The Berrien County Health Department and Spectrum Health Lakeland are working to care for several individuals who tested positive for COVID-19 at Pine Ridge.
Spectrum Health Lakeland is among the first health systems in the state to begin offering COVID-19 antibody testing to the general public.
The following statement is made on behalf of the Michigan Health & Hospital Association.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, community members, donors, and organizations throughout Southwest Michigan have come together in support of those serving on the front lines at Spectrum Health Lakeland.
In support of the statewide efforts to increase testing for COVID-19 across Michigan, especially among vulnerable populations, Berrien County officials are pleased to report a recent partnership with the Michigan National Guard and Michigan State Police.
IBM Watson Health™ today published its 100 Top Hospitals® annual study naming Lakeland among the top 100 hospitals in the U.S.
The Board of Directors of Spectrum Health Lakeland approved an expanded strategy to address racial and ethnic health equity in southwest Michigan.
Spectrum Health Lakeland was recently awarded the 2020 Progress Sitefinity Website of the Year Award for Health Care.