Lakeland Health Foundations recently welcomed the addition of four new board members, including Mike Birkholm and Anna Murphy to Lakeland Health Foundation, Benton Harbor/St. Joseph and Robin Curtis and Lagena Frantz to Lakeland Health Foundation, Niles.
Mike Birkholm is the recently retired President of Darice Inc., the largest full-line crafts distributor in the U.S. based in Cleveland, Ohio. Originally from southwest Michigan, he is a 1969 graduate of Benton Harbor High School and graduated from the University of Michigan in 1973 with a bachelor’s degree in American Government.
Robin Curtis is the Vice President of Butler Family Enterprises, a Family Office and Business Management Company located in Niles. She is one of the founding members of the company which formed in 2001. Curtis is also the Vice President of the Leighton-Oare Foundation of South Bend and Founder & CEO of the J. Red Peach Foundation of Niles. She has spent the last six years living in Northern Virginia and has recently returned to the Niles area.
A Dowagiac High School graduate, Lagena Frantz currently serves as the 1st Source Banking Center Manager at the Martin’s Super Market branch in Niles. Since joining 1st Source Bank in 2003, she has led her staff in achieving the Banking Center of the Year award in 2013 and 2014. Previously Frantz ran a towing/repair business with her husband Ric for 13 years.
Anna Murphy has been with United Way of Southwest Michigan for 20 years, becoming president in 2005. She has served on various local boards and is currently on the Executive Committee for the Healthy Berrien Consortium, a member for the Community Benefits Committee of Lakeland Health and a member of the Michigan Association for United Way’s Board.
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Spectrum Health Lakeland President Loren B. Hamel, MD, and Acting Health Officer at the Berrien County Health Department, Courtney Davis, share the latest COVID-19 updates in Berrien County.
President Loren B. Hamel, MD, and Berrien County Medical Director and family medicine physician, Rex Cabaltica, MD, shared the latest COVID-19 updates in Berrien County
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Effective Saturday, September 25, the outpatient laboratories at Spectrum Health Lakeland Niles and Watervliet hospitals and the Center for Outpatient Services will revise their operating hours.
For minor conditions and illnesses, health officials encourage patients to contact their primary care provider (after hours answering service is available at most locations) or visit a local walk-in clinic.
A new level of molecular testing is now available at Spectrum Health Lakeland through a $350,000 investment in the cobas® 6800 System which allows for real-time PCR testing.
Spectrum Health Lakeland has revised its visitor guidelines effective Wednesday, September 8. Revised guidelines allow for two visitors from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. for the duration of a patient’s stay.
Beaumont Health and Spectrum Health have signed a formal integration agreement, the next step in the process to create a new health system that is For Michigan, By Michigan™.
Lakeland Care will offer drive-through community flu shots from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the following dates.
During the recent Allied Health Careers Scholarship program, Spectrum Health Lakeland Foundation awarded a total of $26,750.
The Berrien County Health Department and Spectrum Health Lakeland are urging parents of adolescents 12 years and older to have them receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Lynn Todman, PhD, has accepted the role of vice president, health equity, Spectrum Health System.
With a focus on the health and safety of its team members and the community, along with thorough review of the scientific evidence, Spectrum Health has announced that it will require the COVID-19 vaccine.
Spectrum Health has been named one of the 2021 Best Companies for Multicultural Women by Seramount.
Beaumont Health and Spectrum Health, two of the most respected health systems in Michigan, announced today they have signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) to explore creating a new health system.
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 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.