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    McLaren Greater Lansing is delighted to welcome Victor Celentino and Andre Hutson as the newest members of its board of trustees. Celentino is in his 11 th term representing District 1 on the Ingham County Board of Commissioners, and has been a special education teacher in the Lansing School District since 1992. Hutson is a former Michigan State University men’s basketball standout who is owner and founder of Conquest Fitness, as well as Hutson Contracting. Both are eagerly anticipating the opening of t...

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    Port Huron, M I – Theresa Pokorny has been named the Employee of the Month for May. Pokorny has worked at McLaren Port Huron for five years and is currently a registered nurse on the observation unit. Pokorny was nominated by her peers because she embodies the hospital values. She is an advocate for patients, listening to their needs and concerns and taking action to help. Pokorny is dedicated not only to her patients, but to her job as well. She is a great team player and always willing to help. She is...

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    McLaren Bay Region, a leader in providing high-quality patient care, is launching a new electronic health record system (EHR) at 12:01am on Saturday, June 5, 2021 to better serve its patients and community. The new EHR system is from global health care technology company Cerner Corporation, and will improve integration of information in both the hospital and clinic setting. It will enable health care providers to update clinical documentation in near real-time to help clinicians deliver personalized, sa...

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    The Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute is pleased to announce the appointment of two board of director members: Geaneen Arends, attorney and vice president and director, Butzel Long Sylvester Hester, chairman, Global Automotive Alliance In their roles, Arends and Hester will collaborate with the existing board members to support the Institute’s mission of leading transformative cancer care, research and education. Karmanos treats more than 12,000 new patients annually and is Michigan’s largest cancer...

  • Steven Schlitt has been named the Employee of the Month for April. Schlitt has worked at McLaren Port Huron for nine years as the robotic specialist in the operating room.                                                                                                &n...

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    Port Huron, MI – McLaren Port Huron’s Wound Healing Center has received the Center of Distinction award by Healogics®, the nation’s largest provider of advanced wound care services. McLaren Port Huron achieved outstanding clinical outcomes for twelve consecutive months, including patient satisfaction rates higher than 92 percent and a minimum wound healing rate of at least 92 percent within 28 median days to heal.  The McLaren Port Huron Wound Healing Center is a member of the Healogics network of ...

  • Port Huron, MI – Curtis Jevens has been named the Employee of the Month for March. Jevens has worked at McLaren Port Huron for 15 years as a physical therapist. Jevens was nominated by his peers because he embodies the hospital values. He treats all his patients with respect and compassion, listening to their concerns and trying to alleviate them. He always provides a high level of care, creating a “WOW” experience for patients. Jevens also takes pride and a sense of ownership in his work, coming in ear...

  • Port Huron, MI – McLaren Port Huron is pleased to welcome McLaren Medical Group physician Jason Whateley, DO, to our team of health care professionals. He joins Laura Winkelman, NP, at Fort Gratiot Internal Medicine. The office is located at 5979 Lakeshore Road, Fort Gratiot.  Board certified in internal medicine, Dr. Whateley is experienced in providing care for adults, from preventive care and managing chronic conditions to diagnosis for illness or injury and referrals to specialists.  Dr. W...

  • Port Huron, M I – Georgia Griner has been named the Employee of the Month for February. Griner has worked at McLaren Port Huron for seven years and is currently a registered nurse in the intensive care unit. Griner was nominated by her peers because she exemplifies the hospital values. She always acts in the best interest of patients and coworkers and goes above and beyond for them. She is professional, compassionate and has the best interest of patients and her team at heart.  Griner is dependable...