|November 25, 2008||Metro Health Receives Award for Residency Program of the Year||
Two medical residency programs have received national recognition from the American Osteopathic Foundation.
|November 19, 2008||Hand Problems Seminar||
Join Metro Health and Kevin Howard, DO, for a free seminar on common hand problems and solutions. Thursday, December 4, 10 – 11 a.m. Click through for details and a map.
|November 18, 2008||Metro Health Rolls out New Program to Safeguard Infants||
Whooping cough vaccinations will be available free to family caregivers of newborns.
|November 18, 2008||Metro Health Receives Governor’s Award for Quality, Safety||
For the second year in a row, Metro Health Hospital has received special recognition as one of Michigan’s top hospitals from Gov. Jennifer Granholm.
|November 7, 2008||U-M Appoints Physician to Lead Radiation Care at Metro Health||
Julie Forstner, M.D., has joined the U-M faculty as part of Metro Health’s joint venture with the University of Michigan’s Department of Radiation Oncology. She is providing care at the new Cancer Center at Metro Health Village.
|November 6, 2008||Metro Health Demonstrates Environmental Benefits||
The hospital was one of three facilities selected to show health care leaders how helping the environment can benefit business, patients and staff.
|November 5, 2008||Free Memory Screening||
Are you concerned about your memory? Join Metro Health for a free screening and learn about treatment options. Friday, November 21, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. at Metro Health Hospital. Click through for details.
|October 28, 2008||Cancer Center Open House||
The Cancer Center at Metro Health Village is hosting a Community Open House and Educational Event on Saturday, November 8th from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Click through for details.
|October 13, 2008||Metro Health Hospital Foundation Announces Fall Grants||
The Foundation has approved more than $125,000 in grants to support programs and services.
|October 13, 2008||Metro Health Hospital Foundation Hosts Most Successful Feelin’ Grand||
Nearly $400,000 in donations will benefit early detection of breast cancer.