The life and impact made by one of Grand Haven’s prominent residents, Dr. Mary Kitchel, was highlighted Wednesday afternoon at the local hospital.
Pediatric patients entering the emergency room will have a new friend to accompany them, courtesy of North Ottawa employees.
The partnership and collaboration between two West Michigan health care entities is expanding.
Patients and employees at North Ottawa Community Hospital were learning Thursday about new technology that will be used for partial knee, total knee and total hip replacements.
A little more than one year has passed since North Ottawa Community Hospital’s new emergency room was fully opened.
Check in for the RunStrong 5k on Friday, July 14, is at Generation Care, 16760 Lincoln St. in Grand Haven Township. The Tot Trot will take place at 6:30 p.m. and the 5k begins at 7 p.m.
Rotted support beams due to the wrong materials used during construction led to the deck collapse earlier this month at Ottawa County Park’s Weaver House, officials said.
North Ottawa Home Care, a division of the North Ottawa Community Health System, will dissolve June 30. And NOCHS’ diabetes education program will also come to an end.
Eve Marcum is a member of the Hospice of North Ottawa Community team that helped Russell Vollmer remain at home after being diagnosed with cancer in his pancreas and liver.
The effort and care Eve Marcum puts into caring for patients and families was recognized on Thursday.
North Ottawa Community Hospital has filed a lawsuit in Ottawa County Circuit Court seeking to order Grand Haven Township to withdraw the planned unit development approval for Health Pointe, and is seeking monetary damages in excess of $25,000.
North Ottawa Community Hospital's ER renovation, construction is complete.
As patients seek care in the newly renovated and expanded emergency department at North Ottawa Community Hospital, they will also be part of a process aimed at meeting the community’s needs and addressing misuse of the ER.
The public can tour the new space from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 4:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 16.
Beginning Thursday, the lakeshore community will be able to receive a new specialty care.