Daniel Hayward, MD
Christopher Harvey, MD
Shannon Brown, PA
Rick Johansen, MD
Audrey Carrier, DO
Mark Harrison, MD
Ginard Henry, MD
Craig Kline, MD
Lois Lello, MD
Megan Murphy, DO
Keith Twiddy, MD
Surgery is a common treatment for breast cancer. It’s done to remove as much of the cancer as possible. General surgeon, Maria Rapciak, DO, explains the types of surgical options available to women and the factors that go into creating a plan of care.
Judi was shocked to learn that her pain was caused by colon cancer. Thanks to general surgeon, Michael Webb, MD, Judi is now cancer free.
Pediatrician, Anne Dudley, DO, and Berrien County Health Department Medical Director, Rex Cabaltica, MD, discuss the COVID-19 vaccine for kids.
Depression, anxiety, loss of sleep—these are just a few symptoms of chronic pain.
Meet Thomas Schomaker, DO, a pediatrician at Southwestern Medical Clinic in Stevensville, Michigan.
Richard Watson, MA, LLP, LPC, is a psychologist and counselor with Southwestern Medical Clinic.
Meet Elizabeth Douce, MD, a pediatrician at Southwestern Medical Clinic in Stevensville, Michigan.
Family medicine physician Brandon Cole, DO, from Southwestern Medical Clinic in Stevensville, Michigan discusses seasonal allergies.
Learn about the causes, complications, and treatment options for diverticulitis.
Learn how to manage chronic pain with non-drug approaches.
Community members are invited to attend a free speaker event, “Political Determinants of Health Inequities.” on Wednesday, November 17 with keynote speaker, Daniel Dawes, JD.
During the seminar, Drs. Phillips and Rapciak will discuss surgical options for treating breast cancer and how reconstruction following a mastectomy can help women feel confident in their body again.
Spectrum Health Lakeland, in partnership with the Berrien County Sheriff’s Department, is providing community members with the opportunity to dispose of unused and unwanted prescription drugs during a Drug Take Back Day event on Saturday, October 23.
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™.
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.
Designation denotes improved health outcomes for mothers at Niles and St. Joseph BirthPlace.
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.