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.
The Veggie Van will offer free healthy foods and nutrition information from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, June 15 at the Niles-Buchanan YMCA.
Spectrum Health Lakeland will begin offering COVID-19 vaccines at four new locations throughout Southwest Michigan including the Center for Outpatient Services in St. Joseph and the health system’s three walk-in clinics.
Spectrum Health Lakeland has revised its visitor guidelines effective Wednesday, June 2. Revised guidelines allow for two visitors from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. for the duration of a patient’s stay.
A three-part virtual panel discussion will explore how historical laws, policies, and practices laid the foundation for today’s racial inequities.
Spectrum Health has received reports from patients and Priority Health members that they are receiving calls from individuals pretending to be from Spectrum Health or Priority Health.
Community Grand Rounds, a program of Spectrum Health Lakeland, has teamed up with music artists and community health advocates in Benton Harbor to deliver messages they hope inspire communities across West Michigan and beyond.
Phase II of the Pavilion project at Spectrum Health Lakeland Medical Center is now underway.
The Center for Better Health will continue to provide services in the Benton Harbor community in 2021.
As part of the ninth annual Bears in the Air program, South Bend International Airport (SBN) delivered nearly 300 teddy bears for patients at Spectrum Health Lakeland hospitals.
Area business leaders have joined together to share an ask of our friends and neighbors.
Due to increasing demand for COVID-19 testing and a nationwide shortage of supplies, Spectrum Health Lakeland has revised eligibility changes for those seeking a test at a Lakeland facility.
Over the last several decades, and most recently during the COVID-19 pandemic, Spectrum Health Lakeland and Whirlpool Cooperation have come together in support of community members.
The Michigan Coronavirus Task Force on Racial Disparities has awarded Spectrum Health Lakeland a $1.2 million grant to support a rapid response to COVID-19 disparities experienced by residents of Benton Harbor.
Today, Spectrum Health issued an anti-racism pledge, committing to act against structural racism and pledging to take on the challenge to eliminate racism and its impact on health, hope and lives.
Spectrum Health Lakeland has earned level eight certifications in acute and ambulatory care in the CHIME Digital Health Most Wired recognition.