Interventional radiology is a rapidly growing area of medicine that uses minimally-invasive radiologic procedure to treat a wide variety of diseases. Interventional radiologists are highly-trained, board-certified physicians who specialize in targeted treatments using the latest in imaging technology for guidance. These treatments – which often replace traditional open surgical procedures – usually involve fewer risks, less pain, and less recovery time.
Benjamin Gielda, Radiation Oncologist discusses new treatment option for breast cancer available at Lakeland Health.
Introducting Dr. Peter Lai, a radiation oncologist with Lakeland Radiation Oncology at Lakeland Health.
A small, cancerous lump in Shelly Morlock's right breast required a mastectomy along with a full course of chemotherapy and radiation treatment.
Jeff Hannan's primary care provider discovered a strange lump on his neck which he later learned was thyroid cancer. Two surgeries and multiple tests later, he is happy to have received a clean bill of health at his last check-up.
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.
Daniel Douce, MD, specializes in hematology and oncology and will provide care in St. Joseph and Niles.
Lakeland team members and the community dance to raise breast cancer awareness
Meredith Krugh, an oncology nurse practitioner is providing care at Lakeland Cancer Specialists, in St. Joseph and Niles.
Breast cancer survivor, Kellie Tyler, shares her experience undergoing Intraoperative Radiation Therapy (IORT) treatment.
General surgeon, Craig Kline, MD, shares how colonoscopies can detect and remove polyps which may lead to colon cancer.
Spectrum Health Lakeland offers financial aid options to provide people with the care they need, regardless of ability to pay.
Spectrum Health Lakeland was named one of the nation’s 15 Top Health Systems by IBM Watson Health™.
Whirlpool Corporation has worked rapidly since the pandemic began to obtain several shipments of medical supplies over the last few weeks for donation to Spectrum Health Lakeland.
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.
The infusion centers at Spectrum Health Lakeland recently introduced virtual reality (VR) into the clinical setting.
U.S. Rep. Fred Upton announced the FCC’s Wireline Competition Bureau will be awarding a $351,175 grant to Lakeland Regional Health system to support telehealth services
A new high risk cancer program is now available at Spectrum Health Lakeland to care for community members with increased risk of developing certain types of cancer.
Spectrum Health Lakeland is pleased to welcome oncology genetic counselor, Samantha Witt.
The 2018 Cancer Care Report from the Marie Yeager Cancer Center which outlines data collected to create more meaningful improvements for cancer diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation, and support.
Cancer patients throughout West Michigan will now have greater access to new and unique clinical trials.
In support of the statewide efforts to increase testing for COVID-19 across Michigan, especially among vulnerable populations, Berrien County officials are pleased to report a recent partnership with the Michigan National Guard and Michigan State Police.
The following statement is made on behalf of the Michigan Health & Hospital Association.
Spectrum Health has taken additional action to help limit the spread of COVID-19 by announcing new hospital family and visitor guidelines.