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Three Rivers Health is pleased to announce our affiliation with the St. John Providence Health System (SJPHS), Borgess Medical Center and St. Mary’s of Michigan Telemedicine network. This affiliation means that patients of Three Rivers Health will how have direct access to a telemedicine network of neuroscience specialists. By calling one phone number, any time day or night, staff at …

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Glen Oaks to offer two Nurse Aide training programs this fall

Glen Oaks Community College will be offering two Nurse Aide Training programs beginning this fall. “There are numerous positions available in the county for certified nurse aides,” said Dr. David Devier, Glen Oaks president. “We are trying to help meet the need by offering this course on days and times that include weekends to try to help students better fit …

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Three Rivers Health announces Employees of the Quarter

Three Rivers Health is pleased to announce Valerie Ferguson, Direct Patient Care, and Annette Curtis, Support Staff, for being selected as our Employees of the Quarter for the second quarter of 2015. Valerie is a Charge Nurse in the OR and has been with Three Rivers Health since 1997. Valerie was nominated because she is a great communication and leadership …

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Three CMHSAS board members dismissed

Three members of the Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Board of St. Joseph County were removed Tuesday by the county commission. Board president Barb Parker, and members Larry Walton and Gaylene Adams were cut from the 12-member panel after a 3-1 vote. Board president John Dobberteen abstained and Robin Baker cast the dissenting vote. There was no discussion …

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Hogweed that can blind humans found in Calhoun County

Health officials in Calhoun County are advising caution after the dangerous giant hogweed plant was spotted in the county. The Calhoun County Public Health Department said Monday that the plant was found in Pennfield Township, and was removed from the site. The Battle Creek Enquirer reports the sap on the plant’s leaves, roots, flower heads, seeds and stem hairs can …

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Three Rivers Health Auxiliary awards scholarships

The Three Rivers Health Auxiliary has awarded four, $1,000.00 scholarships to local students pursuing degrees in the medical field. The Auxiliary raises funds for the scholarships through various raffles, sales and events as well as the snack bar and gift shop located at the hospital. The auxiliary has been awarding scholarships for more than 15 years and is excited to …

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