One million people die by suicide every year leaving behind countless family members and friends.
Join us November 23 for a healing conference for people affected by suicide loss. If you have experienced the death of someone by suicide, this conference offers an opportunity to come together with others in our community for support and guidance. This program will feature expert speakers as well as stories from other survivors.
Saturday November 23, 2019
445 Upton Drive, St. Joseph, MI
This event is free to the public.
Please call us at (269) 983-2707 or you can register online here.
Spectrum Health Lakeland clinicians David Chalupa, PA, and registered dietitian, Courtney Dixon, cook up a heart-healthy meal while talking about risk factors for heart disease.
After Timothy Miller started to notice that he was having trouble communicating, doctors discovered he had a brain tumor, lung cancer, and skin cancer. Timothy shares his journey to healing and his inspiring message of never giving up.
Bariatric surgeons at the Lakeland Weight Loss Center share more about the latest options for losing weight and local resources, including bariatric surgery.
Aaron Lanning, FNP, is a family nurse practitioner practicing with Lakeland Ear, Nose and Throat.
Bernadette saw urologist, Benjamin Stockton, MD, to address her kidney stones.
Family Medicine provider, Tanya Sobaski, NP, shares what you need to know about shingles, how someone gets it, and how one simple vaccination could help prevent the virus.
Family medicine physician, Prakash Shrestha, MD, explains how providers accurately diagnose and treat strep throat to stop the condition from spreading through contact.
After a successful surgery at Lakeland Heart and Vascular, Rusty is back to maintaining an active lifestyle.
Physical therapist, Amanda Trail, PT, talks about the importance of tummy time even within the first few weeks of a newborns life.
Family medicine provider, Raul Torres, DO, explains how osteopathic physicians use a set of hands-on techniques to diagnose, treat, and prevent illness and injury.
Ear infections in children are very common. Learn when they are cause for concern and what treatment options are available.
Jason Beckrow, DO, specializes in hospice and palliative care and sees patients that are receiving care from Caring Circle of Lakeland.
Caring Circle is excited to announce the recent establishment of the Hilda Banyon Compassion fund.
St. Joseph native Sean Sullivan, DO is the medical director at Lakeland Hospital Watervliet inpatient rehabilitation. Dr. Sullivan works with physical, speech, and occupational therapists to help patients regain mobility and function.
Over the course of four years he experienced limited function in both of his knees and shoulders.
With the help of bariatric surgeon, Seth Miller, MD, Allen is down 165 pounds and feeling better than ever.
Dennis Kordish, PA, at Stonegate Dermatology shares why you shouldn't pop or pick acne.
Introducing Miriam Morgan-Skinner, a nurse practitioner with Lakeland Wound Center.
Cardiologist Dennis Disch, MD, talks about the future of wearable technology and its ability to detect and help treat heart-related conditions.
Daniel Douce, MD, specializes in hematology and oncology and will provide care in St. Joseph and Niles.
During the seminar, Dr. Miller will discuss the Transoral Incisionless Fundoplication (TIF®) procedure.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid recently awarded four stars to Spectrum Health Lakeland in the latest ratings report.
Team members and their children may be eligible for an Allied Health Career Scholarship.
Cardiologist, Ogubay Mesmer, MD, has joined the care team at Lakeland Heart and Vascular.
Fidelity Investments offers free one-on-one retirement planning consultations as part of your benefits at Spectrum Health Lakeland.
The Birthplace recently welcomed a new addition: artwork designed by a Lakeland nurse.
The popular myHealthier Cooking Class is back! Team members should register to reserve their spot.
Spectrum Health Lakeland was recognized as an Adopter of the Healthcare Financial Management Association’s PATIENT FINANCIAL COMMUNICATIONS BEST PRACTICES®.
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.
Locked out of your car? A Lakeland security officer can help.
As an organization, we couldn't do this project without you. You are what makes Lakeland a great place to not only work but a place where our patients feel safe and cared for.
A second K9 team has joined the security department at Spectrum Health Lakeland.
High-risk pregnant women and women with chronic illnesses considering pregnancy now have local access to advanced levels of care through a new partnership with Spectrum Health.
Lakeland team members will be recognized for service and loyalty under a new program that aligns with Spectrum Health.
A new LinkedIn page has launched for Spectrum Health Lakeland.
Lakeland Hospital Niles will upgrade MRI services this spring.
Lakeland team members raised more than $170,000 in support of United Way of Southwest Michigan during the 2019 giving campaign.
University Medical Specialties, located at 9045 US Highway 31 in Berrien Springs, recently became a Lakeland Medical Practice.
To help protect the health of our patients, team members, and visitors, Spectrum Health Lakeland is instituting a revised visitation policy for its hospitals.
The new Transoral Incisionless Fundoplication procedure is performed without incisions and is now available at Lakeland General Surgery.