Lakeland offers an array of specialized home-based services to help individuals maintain or improve health. Rely on our team of skilled professionals to provide the same comprehensive, high-quality, compassionate care you’ve come to expect from Lakeland.
Our skilled homecare nurses work closely with physicians to ensure that patients receive exactly the care they need. We provide care to patients of all ages and have specialists in pediatric and geriatric care. Services may include:
Home Health Aides support the goals of the care team and may assist with:
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Hear from Dr. Hamel and Berrien County Health Department medical director, Rex Cabaltica, MD, as they share the latest COVID-19 headlines in Berrien County.
Spectrum Health Lakeland president, Dr. Loren Hamel and Berrien County Health Department Medical Director, Dr. Rex Cabaltica share the latest COVID-19 updates in Berrien County.
Are you expecting? You may have a lot of financial questions. Our financial counselors are here to help, regardless of your situation.
Planning for a surgery? Stay ahead of your health care bills by connecting with a financial counselor today.
If you’re concerned about your medical bills or just have questions, our financial counselors are here to help.
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
Pediatrician, Anne Dudley, DO, and Berrien County Health Department Medical Director, Rex Cabaltica, MD, discuss the COVID-19 vaccine for kids.
The Leapfrog Group designates "A" grades in Patient Safety to Lakeland Hospitals.
During National Donate Life Month (NDLM), Spectrum Health Lakeland encourages community members to register as organ, eye, and tissue donors.
Beaumont Health and Spectrum Health are moving forward to create a new health system which will be temporarily known as BHSH System and will launch Feb. 1, 2022.
Spectrum Health Lakeland has received reports from patients and Priority Health members in Berrien County who are receiving calls from individuals pretending to be from Spectrum Health or Priority Health.
Spectrum Health Lakeland welcomed three new board members in 2022: Deborah Bennett Berecz, Pamela Garmon Johnson, and Kenneth O’Neill, MD.
Spectrum Health Lakeland recently published the 2022-2024 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA).
As part of the tenth annual Bears in the Air program, South Bend International Airport (SBN) delivered more than 2,000 teddy bears to children in six area hospitals this week, including Spectrum Health Lakeland.
The American College of Emergency Physicians recently granted the emergency department at Spectrum Health Lakeland Medical Center in St. Joseph with the bronze standard—Level 3 Geriatric Emergency Department Accreditation.
The Spectrum Health Lakeland board of directors recently underwent a transition of leadership.
Our individual and collective resources are being overwhelmed, and we need our communities’ help to get back on track.
Spectrum Health Lakeland Medical Center in St. Joseph has been named one of the top 100 hospitals in the nation for Medical Excellence in heart failure treatment and stroke by CareChex® Awards by Quantros.
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.