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Metro Health - University of Michigan Health expanding electrophysiology services

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Submitted 02-18-2020 under NONPROFITS

Millions of American adults will experience an abnormal heart rhythm, or arrhythmia, in their lifetime. In most patients, that abnormal heart rhythm will go away quickly and pose no ongoing threat. In others, the problem persists and requires...

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American Heart Month: Why the Hispanic population is at risk

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Submitted 02-11-2020 under NONPROFITS

Metro Health – University of Michigan Health cardiologist, Dr. Larry Diaz, a native of Venezuela, says Hispanics are at a higher risk of health conditions that could lead to heart disease, and he’s committed to spreading awareness....

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What to expect during your child's wellness visit and how to prepare

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Submitted 07-26-2019 under NONPROFITS

Caitlin Mlynarek, DO, a pediatrician at Metro Health’s Hudsonville primary care office, explains what parents can expect during well-child visits and offers ways to ease children’s anxiety before appointments. Children grow quickly!...

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Spectrum Health to open Community Medicine Clinic for uninsured, underinsured

by (Ana Olvera)

Submitted 08-02-2013 under NEWS

Spectrum Health Medical Group held an open house Friday morning for its new Community Medicine Clinic (CMC) opening Monday, August 5. The clinic, located at 75 Sheldon Boulevard SE, will offer primary care to uninsured or underinsured Grand Rapids...

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Glance at the Past - First Woman Doctor

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Submitted 06-10-2011 under NONPROFITS

This episode of Glance at the Past shares the history of Grand Rapids first women doctors. Frances Armstrong Rutherford was the first to achieve "regular" medical training. She was also the first in Grand Rapids and in the United States to...

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Glance at the Past - Dr. Robert W. Claytor

by (WYCE)

Submitted 05-20-2010 under LOCAL LIFE

Dr. Robert W. Claytor (1897 -1989), co-founder of the Urban League and pillar of our African-American community.

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