2022 Health Care Angels honored by Jackson Magazine
JACKSON, MI – The 2022 Health Care Angel awards have been presented by Jackson Magazine. The awards, which pay tribute to those who work in Jackson’s healthcare industry, were handed out during a Sept. 6 event at Jackson’s Ella Sharp Museum. They represent the most dedicated members of the Jackson healthcare community, according to the magazine’s editors. The 2022 Health Care Angels are:Cherilyn Brown – Thome PACEDawn Buchbinder – Thome PACEMelissa Burgett – Orthopaedic Rehab Specialists, P.C. Trisha Byers – Brooklyn Living CenterSteve Chmielewski – Athletico Physical TherapyYvonne Crawford – Henry Ford Jackson HospitalJoni Hopcraft – Ganton Retirement Center – Spring Arbor Assisted Living CenterCarlos Riddle – Henry Fort at HomeJamie Veith – Henry Ford Jackson HospitalMichelle Walker – Henry Ford Jackson HospitalLauren Wernette – Jackson Friendly HomeCheri Wheaton – Brooklyn Living CenterTo read more about the Health Care Angel Awards, or to nominate someone for the honor next year, visit the Jackson Magazine website.mlive.com
Concordia University Ann Arbor program receives $1.48M rural health care federal grant
The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has awarded Concordia’s physician’s assistant studies program a $1.48 million grant over five years to support students who opt to participate in rural clinical experiences.
2 years of Michigan pandemic: Takeaways from Beaumont official’s review of COVID, its impact
Beaumont Health official Dr. Nicholas Gilpin held a news briefing on Thursday to mark the second anniversary of COVID in Michigan, how it has affected health care workers and the industry, and what to expect as we move forward.
Dozens gather downtown Friday to protest new Texas abortion law as Illinois’ Planned Parenthood clinics see Texas patients
An anti-abortion protest of about 20 stood right next to the larger group in support of pro-abortion rights. Both crowds had a mix of younger and older participants taking part in each’s version of popular protest chants.chicagotribune.com
Stocks have less upside this year, according to the analysts who know them best
The average stock in the index entered 2019 with a projected 24% gain, according to Bespoke. Company analysts see only modest upside for stocks overall this year, a rare view for the normally bullish crowd. For the 10 largest stocks, two Apple and JP Morgan Chase are already trading above their average price target. Consumer staples, financials and utilities are the three sectors with the lowest average upside, all below 3%. Energy is the only sector that cracks double digits, with the average price target 15.2% above the stock price.cnbc.com