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📣Please note that our 7th Annual Prosperity Pontiac Annual Event, sponsored by McLaren Oakland is now SOLD OUT!!! Thank you to everyone that purchased tickets! We look forward to seeing you all on Wednesday, March 29th! Networking begins promptly at 5:30PM!

Our ninth annual Building Brighter Futures Breakfast is back in person on May 2nd! Thank you to our sponsors for making it all possible. If you are interested in attending or becoming a sponsor, visit oaklandfamilyservices.org/breakfast for more information.

PNC
TSM Corporation
Creek Enterprise Inc
Domino's Pizza
Dickinson Wright
Health Alliance Plan - HAP
MagnaInternational
McLaren Oakland
RDM Associates
Seeds marketing + design
Alfa
Brose North America, Inc.
Dawda Mann
Deloitte
SandPoint Consulting, Inc.
Stout
Sun Communities
UHY International, Registered Public Accountants
USI Insurance Services
Last week we celebrated Waterford at the State of the Township Address at Overtyme Grill and Taproom! Thank you to all who attended, our sponsors and our speakers.

Sponsors: Canterbury-on-the-Lake Retirement Community, Genisys Credit Union, Henry Ford Health, Oakland Community College (Official), Oakland Family Dental, Planet 59, All Saints Cemetery, Farm Bureau Insurance -The Milner Agency, McLaren Oakland, Recovered Chiropractic, Senator Jim Runestad, State Representative Mike Harris and Michigan Town Planner.

Waterford School District and Waterford Township, Michigan

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We're gearing up for the 2023 Nightingale Awards for Nursing Excellence on May 10, 2023!

We're thankful to these generous sponsors for supporting the next generation of nurses.

Presenting sponsor:
Ascension

Platinum sponsors:
Henry Ford Health
J & B Medical

Gold Sponsor:
Corewell Health
Michigan Medicine

Silver Sponsor:
Detroit Medical Center

Bronze Sponsor:
McLaren Macomb
McLaren Oakland
Priority Health

For event information: https://www.oakland.edu/nursing/nightingale/
It was a full house this morning at the Waterford State of the Township Address with over 140 in attendance! Thank you to our sponsors, speakers and all who attended!

Canterbury-on-the-Lake Retirement Community, Genisys Credit Union, Henry Ford Health, Oakland Community College (Official), Oakland Family Dental, Planet 59, All Saints Cemetery, Farm Bureau Insurance -The Milner Agency, McLaren Oakland, Recovered Chiropractic, Senator Jim Runestad, State Representative Mike Harris, Michigan Town Planner. Waterford School District, Waterford Township, Michigan
Thank you to our wonderful community for following our page. 🎉We recently hit over 2000 Facebook Followers.🎉 Thank you all for your support!

Join us on March 29th for our 7th Prosperity Pontiac Annual Event, Presented by McLaren Oakland, where we celebrate our Business Community. Ticket are available here:

https://www.pontiacrc.com/event/prosperitypontiac2023/

Vickie Brent-Touray City of Pontiac, Michigan USA - Government Oakland County, Michigan Government

Join McLaren Oakland for a virtual job fair! Dates and times in post below!

Fantastic support for the local community by McLaren Oakland and a strong message saying sport is good.
We would like to send a big thank you to McLaren Oakland. They have made a donation of a new Sqorz timing system for the track. We will be Installing 3 loops, bottom of the hill, first turn and the finish line. We should be ready by the beginning of the season 🥳
Grant awarded to build Helen Smith Park!
A huge and heartfelt “thank you” to the Four County Community Foundation (4CCF) for awarding a $20,506.80 grant to build Helen Smith Park on the Oxford Township Hall grounds at 300 Dunlap Rd.

4CCF’s grant money will be combined with $58,750 in cash donations and $9,919.77 worth of in-kind donations to construct a 2,400-square-foot pocket park this year. Since 2020, 4CCF has awarded four grants to Oxford Township, totaling $45,506.80.

“Words cannot adequately express my gratitude to 4CCF for this grant and the others,” said Oxford Twp. Communications and Grants Manager C.J. Carnacchio, who researched, wrote and submitted the park proposal. “4CCF is a fantastic partner. The folks there are incredibly helpful, supportive and caring. 4CCF’s willingness to invest in our community and our people is humbling and much appreciated.”

Helen Smith Park will include the following:
• Three pieces of accessible play equipment (freestanding climber, swing and drum set) to create a fun destination for children and families
• Two pieces of accessible exercise equipment (lat pull-down and hand cycle) for teenagers and adults
• An accessible pedestal table that provides seating for four people
• A bicycle repair station
• An 8-foot park bench
• A trash receptacle
• ADA-compliant engineered wood fiber surface

Helen Smith Park will be accessible by foot, bicycle and mobility device as well as by motor vehicle. That’s because it will be adjacent to a safety path that’s part of a 5.02-mile pedestrian loop located in the center of the community. Consisting of a combination of shared-use paths and traditional sidewalks, this loop runs along Dunlap Rd., Market St., M-24, Burdick St. and Seymour Lake Rd. The loop provides pedestrians and cyclists with safe, convenient, reliable and equitable access to a large portion of Oxford.

The park will be named for the late Helen Smith (1934 to 2015), a selfless Oxford resident who devoted her life to supporting local youth, bettering her community and helping run a successful family business (Smith Silo Co.) that supported the American farmer and left a lasting footprint on the agricultural landscape of the Midwest. Helen made it her personal mission to see that Oxford’s young people always received the financial and moral support they needed and deserved. She was committed to helping students succeed in the classroom, on the field and in the world after graduation. She did this as a charter member of the Oxford Wildcat Booster Club and through her work with American Legion Auxiliary Unit 108 and American Legion Post 108.

This park will be used to honor Helen’s memory, share her story, celebrate her accomplishments and inspire future generations to follow in her footsteps. A bronze plaque bearing an image of Helen and a brief biography will help tell her story to visitors. It will be affixed to a 2,000-pound boulder.

“Helen was Oxford,” Carnacchio said. “Her accomplishments, leadership and generosity helped shape and guide this community for more than six decades. But with Oxford continuing to grow, there could come a day when nobody knows who Helen is or what she did. Building a park named for her is one way to help ensure Helen and her legacy are never forgotten.”

Carnacchio came up with the idea for the pocket park in March 2022. He approached township Supervisor Jack Curtis, who loved the idea and offered his full support. “Jack backed me on this from Day One,” Carnacchio said. “His enthusiastic embrace of new ideas is a real motivator.”

After selecting all the equipment, Carnacchio worked with former Parks and Rec. Director Ron Davis, Park Supt. Jeff Kinasz, Sarah Kohut (the township treasurer’s administrative assistant) and township Engineer Jim Sharpe to select the site and design the park.

Carnacchio then went about soliciting donations from the community between June and December. A total of 26 businesses, organizations and individuals provided $58,750 in monetary contributions.

Donors include: McLaren Oakland Hospital, The Clark Fund, Lee Industrial Plaza, Koenig Materials, Barron Industries, Oxford Bank, Frontier Distributing, Dan Davis, RLM Industries, HealthQuest Physical Therapy, American Legion Walter Fraser Post 108, American Legion Auxiliary Unit 108, American Veterans (AMVETS) Post 108, North Oakland VFW Post 334, Rattlewood Farms, 4B Foundation, Casemer Tool and Machine, 24th Street Sports Tavern, Puritan Magnetics, Bradford Jacobsen, Collier Lanes Bowling Center, Oxford Hills Golf Club, Acorn Stamping, Oxford Education Association, Oxford Wildcat Band Boosters and Dr. Mark Orchard.

The Oxford-based Birmingham Sealcoat, Inc. agreed to donate all the concrete work necessary for the park (a $6,515.42 value). The Oxford Township Parks and Recreation Department is donating a trash receptacle and labor. A bench paid for by township employees and others will also be used as part of the park.

Once all of the donations were secured, Carnacchio submitted a grant proposal to 4CCF in December. (Special thanks to Danielle Smith, the township supervisor’s executive assistant, for her expert proofreading skills.)

“From the bottom of my heart, I wish to thank everyone who provided funding, input, support and guidance for this project,” Carnacchio said. “We made it happen. We did it for Oxford. We did it for Helen. Thank you, everyone!”

Four County Community Foundation
Oxford Community Schools
Oxford Township Parks & Recreation
Oxford Wildcat Booster Club
Oxford Fire Department-Michigan
Village of Oxford
Oxford Athletics
American Legion Walter Fraser Post 108
North Oakland VFW Post 334
McLaren Oakland
Barron Industries
Oxford Bank
Oxford Police
Oxford Wildcat Band Boosters
Casemer Tool & Machine, Inc.
24TH STREET SPORTS TAVERN
Collier Lanes Bowling Center
Oxford Hills Golf Club
Birmingham Sealcoat Inc.
Oxford Public Library
Oxford Arts
Oxford - Addison Youth Assistance
Oxford Chamber of Commerce
All for Oxford - A Program of Common Ground
Oxford Community Television
Oxford Virtual Academy
Orion Township, Michigan
Oakland County, Michigan Government
Advantage Oakland
Michigan Townships Association
Northeast Oakland Historical Museum
Koenig Materials
Puritan Magnetics, Inc.

Providing primary and specialty healthcare services to the greater Pontiac and Oakland County community

McLaren Oakland is a 318-bed medical center that provides primary and specialty healthcare services to the greater Pontiac and Oakland County community. McLaren Oakland has grown to a comprehensive medical community that includes outpatient facilities in Clarkston and Oxford, in addition to the inpatient hospital in Pontiac providing a range of clinical services including emergency and trauma care

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It's springtime. So that means it's allergy season here in Michigan, right? Experts say that's not exactly right 03/27/2023

It's springtime. So that means it's allergy season here in Michigan, right? Experts say that's not exactly right

SPRINGTIME MEANS ALLERGIES | Listen to McLaren Oakland allergist Dr. Tina Abraham speak on allergies and asthma on WWJ Newsradio 950's Daily J podcast.

It's springtime. So that means it's allergy season here in Michigan, right? Experts say that's not exactly right With spring at hand in Michigan, millions across the state are going to get pounded with allergens in the air. But as WWJ’s Zach Clark learns on a new Daily J, springtime isn’t allergy season – it’s always allergy season.

Lower your stroke risk | McLaren Health Care News 03/25/2023

Lower your stroke risk | McLaren Health Care News

There are almost 800,000 strokes in the United States every year. But many of those could have been prevented.

Lower your risk for stroke—know your risk factors and how to address them.

https://www.mclaren.org/main/news/lower-your-stroke-risk-4211

Lower your stroke risk | McLaren Health Care News 80 percent of strokes are preventable. There are more than 795,000 strokes every year in the United States , and 1 out of every 4 is preventable. And with a stroke responsible for 150,005 annual deaths in the country, that means up to 120,004 deaths every year have the potential to be avoided. “It...

Diabetes on the rise: By the numbers | McLaren Health Care News 03/23/2023

Diabetes on the rise: By the numbers | McLaren Health Care News

The number of young people living with diabetes has never been higher, and it’s projected to only get higher.

Consider today’s prevalence of diabetes, and the role nutrition has in being able to prevent the disease.

https://www.mclaren.org/main/news/diabetes-on-the-rise-by-the-numbers-4372

Diabetes on the rise: By the numbers | McLaren Health Care News Consider nutrition’s role in diabetes this National Nutrition Month. The sharp upward trajectory of the number of young people under the age of 20 developing diabetes projects to reach 526,000 in 2060 — a 700 percent increase over today. For doctors and other medical professionals, this stark fo...

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Ramadan is a holy month of reflection, self-improvement and worship for Muslims. We recognize this important time for many of our patients and their families and wish them Ramadan Mubarak (Happy Ramadan).

03/20/2023

2023 Pontiac Health & Wellness Fair

FREE HEALTH FAIR | All Pontiac residents are invited to join McLaren Oakland, The City of Pontiac and Oakland County partners for a FREE Pontiac Health & Wellness Fair on Friday, March 31, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at UWM Sports Complex. Free transportation will be available. QUESTIONS? Call Darryl Earl at (248) 758-3024, or email him at [email protected]. Thank you to our community partners!

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March 19 is and we celebrate all nurses who’ve earned and maintain their credentials to help ensure quality patient care and excellence in nursing. Thank you for everything you do for our patients and families.

McLaren Oakland hosts citywide Health & Wellness Fair | McLaren Health Care News 03/17/2023

McLaren Oakland hosts citywide Health & Wellness Fair | McLaren Health Care News

FREE HEALTH & WELLNESS FAIR | “Not only are we here to provide for the men, women and children of Oakland County in what may be a fearful time for them, when they’re experiencing a health issue,” said Tracey Franovich, president and CEO of McLaren Oakland, “but we also consider it part of our role and responsibility to tend to and maintain the wellbeing of our community. Providing access to care and healthcare professionals with this level of experience and knowledge is a worthy undertaking and one we’re willing and proud to commit to.”

McLaren Oakland hosts citywide Health & Wellness Fair | McLaren Health Care News PONTIAC, Mich.— McLaren Oakland, the Pontiac-based health care provider serving all of Oakland County, in keeping to its commitment as watchful stewards of the collective community’s wellbeing, has organized a free health fair in partnership with Oakland County and The City of Pontiac . Hosted a...

HPV: A cancer virus | McLaren Health Care News 03/16/2023

HPV: A cancer virus | McLaren Health Care News

Even though HPV may not present signs or symptoms for some, you can still take steps to prevent the risk of infection and prevent HPV-related cancer.

Learn more about HPV infection and prevention.

https://www.mclaren.org/main/news/hpv-a-cancer-virus-4358

HPV: A cancer virus | McLaren Health Care News The reality is that human papillomavirus (HPV) infection is common. HPV only affects humans, and almost every human will be exposed to at least one type of HPV during their lifetime, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). That’s because HPV is transmitted through direct...

03/15/2023

2023 Pontiac Health & Wellness Fair

FREE HEALTH FAIR | All Pontiac residents are invited to join McLaren Oakland, The City of Pontiac and Oakland County partners for a FREE Pontiac Health & Wellness Fair on Friday, March 31, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at UWM Sports Complex. Free transportation will be available. QUESTIONS? Call Darryl Earl at (248) 758-3024, or email him at [email protected]. Thank you to our community partners!

03/14/2023

DOING WHAT'S BEST®

DOING WHAT'S BEST® | McLaren Oakland offers an open MRI option for our patients. Our five open MRI scanners can accommodate a patient up to 525lbs. To schedule an appointment, please call (248) 299-8000 for MRI scheduling.

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We always strive to provide the highest quality care to our patients. This week, we celebrate by thanking our entire staff for the work they do every day to ensure safe, high-quality care for our patients. Your dedication and hard work are greatly appreciated!

“Proper nutrition” at every age | McLaren Health Care News 03/09/2023

“Proper nutrition” at every age | McLaren Health Care News

As we age, the body’s needs change.

Proper nutrition is as important a health practice as any other, so how do we ensure that we’re continuing to meet our nutritional needs as we grow older?

https://www.mclaren.org/main/news/proper-nutrition-at-every-age-4356

“Proper nutrition” at every age | McLaren Health Care News The body’s needs change as we age, so too do our nutritional needs. The practice of “proper nutrition” is as important a function as it is broad. There are a lot of aspects that go into practicing proper nutrition. And with the accelerating prevalence of diabetes and its link to nutrition, its...

Timeline photos 03/08/2023

On this International Women's Day we celebrate the achievement of women who’ve made incredible contributions to our understanding of health, medicine and science.

Here are just a few:

- Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell: First female doctor in America (1821)
- Dr. Florence Nightingale: Founded nursing school (1860)
- Dr. Rebecca Lee Crumpler: First Black woman to earn a medical degree in the U.S. (1864)
- Dr. Marie Curie: Discovered Polonium and Radium (1897)

Staying safe while shoveling your driveway 03/07/2023

Staying safe while shoveling your driveway

DID YOU SEE US? | Did you catch McLaren Oakland emergency medicine physician Dr. Dan Wahl live on CBS Detroit? While the snow has begun melting, it's still important to stay safe for the remainder of the winter season. Thank you, Dr. Wahl, for braving the storm and representing McLaren Oakland!

Staying safe while shoveling your driveway Dr. Dan Wahl of McLaren Oakland discusses the health risks associated with shoveling heavy snow.

03/06/2023

2023 Pontiac Health & Wellness Fair

FREE HEALTH FAIR | All Pontiac residents are invited to join McLaren Oakland, The City of Pontiac and Oakland County partners for a FREE Pontiac Health & Wellness Fair on Friday, March 31, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at UWM Sports Complex. Free transportation will be available. QUESTIONS? Call Darryl Earl at (248) 758-3024, or email him at [email protected]. Thank you to our community partners!

Timeline photos 03/05/2023

During we honor the vital role of women and their invaluable contributions to society. The theme of this year’s observance is “Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories.” This is the perfect time to share stories of women who have made a difference in the medical field. Read about some of the female pioneers in the medical industry, including one of our own providers: https://www.mclaren.org/main/news/mclaren-flint-celebrates-womens-history-month-3278

Chest pain: When should you call 911? | McLaren Health Care News 03/02/2023

Chest pain: When should you call 911? | McLaren Health Care News

Think you might be having a heart attack?

If you even remotely suspect your chest discomfort could be a heart attack, call 911 right away. It could make all the difference.

Treatment can begin immediately by EMTs, who will know the most capable hospital to take you.

Familiarize yourself with the early signs of a heart attack and the symptoms specific to women.

https://www.mclaren.org/main/news/chest-pain-when-should-you-call-911-4344

Chest pain: When should you call 911? | McLaren Health Care News With potentially devastating results, cardiologists urge everyone to not wait to call 911. The line between being overly cautious and not wanting to cause a commotion can be potentially dangerous. For people experiencing chest pain or any minor discomfort, the sensation may be a passing annoyance an...

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Colorectal cancer is the second most common cause of cancer death but it’s largely preventable and treatable. raises awareness and encourages screenings for early detection. Regular screening for colorectal cancer begins at age 45, but if you’re younger than 45 and believe you’re at high risk, talk to your primary care physician. Learn more about colorectal cancer and its risk factors: https://www.mclaren.org/main/blog/march-is-colorectal-cancer-awareness-month-1920

02/28/2023

2023 Pontiac Health & Wellness Fair

FREE HEALTH FAIR | All Pontiac residents are invited to join McLaren Oakland, The City of Pontiac and Oakland County partners for a FREE Pontiac Health & Wellness Fair on Friday, March 31, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at UWM Sports Complex. Free transportation will be available. QUESTIONS? Call Darryl Earl at (248) 758-3024, or email him at [email protected]. Thank you to our community partners!

02/24/2023
02/24/2023

DOING WHAT'S BEST®

DOING WHAT'S BEST® | Providing comprehensive and compassionate health care, from admission to discharge.

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Phones are currently down at Ortonville Family & Internal Medicine. Scheduled appointments will continue to be seen. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Karmanos News 02/23/2023

Karmanos News

Understanding your genetic makeup is just another way you can understand and reduce you and your family’s risk for a future cancer diagnosis.

At Karmanos Cancer Institute, cancer genetic counseling services are available to help you be proactive about your health.

To learn more about the cancer genetic counseling services at Karmanos, visit https://www.karmanos.org/karmanos/news/do-you-have-a-family-history-of-cancer-4322

Karmanos News Read all of the latest news, announcements, and blog articles from across the McLaren Health Care system.

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*UPDATE: Power has been restored as of Friday, February 24*
Power is currently out at Waterford Medical Associates. Scheduled appointments will be converted to telehealth appointments or rescheduled. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your patience as we work to resolve this issue.

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IS IT A HEART ATTACK? | Know the signs of a heart attack and call 911 immediately if you are experiencing any of these symptoms.

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ICYMI | Lake Orion Rehab and Nursing Center (LORNC) residents enjoyed a Valentine's Day party and a visit from Pet Therapy dogs last Friday. Learn more about LORNC at https://bit.ly/418NO3X.

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During Black History Month, we celebrate Black heritage in the U.S., especially those in health care who helped pave the way for lifesaving treatments and those who were the first in their fields.

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CONGRATULATIONS, ROBERT! ⭐ | Robert Wooten, Occupational Therapist, has recently been awarded the Starfish Award. Robert's nominator writes, "His treatment was almost always specific to my needs...Robert once put a belt around my waist, stood in front of me and pushed and pulled me this way and that way, testing my ability to maintain my balance. After he saw how well I did, he played catch with me...throwing it so that I had to stretch out for it every which way. When I told him about my concern about being able to drive when back home, he had us sit in a little car in a room on the Rehab floor, and we went through the sequence of driving. When he heard about my short-term memory loss, he tried to strengthen my memory as we walked around the floor, asking me 'Who's this? Who's that?', and if I couldn't recall their name, they would tell me it, and when we passed them again, Robert would ask me 'Who's this? Who's that?'. I could site many other examples about Robert and Monica's caring attitude towards me and other patients, but the above will suffice to justifies my reason for wanting them to be recognized as examples of compassionate and caring health workers." Thank you, Robert, for your dedication to compassionate health care. Please join us in congratulating Robert!

Heart disease: By the numbers | McLaren Health Care News 02/16/2023

Heart disease: By the numbers | McLaren Health Care News

It was in 1950 that heart disease first became the no. 1 cause of death for both men and women, a statistic that remains true more than 70 years later.

During this American Heart Month, learn more about the prevalence of heart disease and the impact it still has on our collective health and wellness.

https://www.mclaren.org/main/news/heart-disease-by-the-numbers-4312

Heart disease: By the numbers | McLaren Health Care News For more than 70 years, heart disease has been the leading cause of death in the United States. Heart disease extends beyond the sudden and potentially fatal heart attack. Many forms of chronic heart disease cause several quality-of-life-limiting symptoms, often progressing so subtly that sufferers....

Photos from McLaren Oakland's post 02/15/2023

FLOWERGRAMS FOR PATIENTS 💐 | We were happy to spread the L❤️VE this Valentine's Day with flowergrams for each of our patients at Lake Orion Rehab and Nursing Center, as well as on patient food trays at our main hospital. Flowegrams were sent to each patient by our president and CEO, Tracey Franovich. Thank you for entrusting us with your healthcare!

02/15/2023

We join our McLaren Greater Lansing hospital in condolences to its community, Michigan State and the Greater Lansing area today.

It’s heartbreaking to see that our Spartan community has been struck by an all-too-familiar act of senseless violence and unspeakable tragedy. Our hearts are rooted deeply in the traditions and pride of the Green and White, and we all mourn.

Our sincerest thoughts and deepest condolences are with those directly impacted by this terrible event — students, families, friends and classmates.

Our heartfelt gratitude to the first responders and medical professionals who put themselves on the frontlines in the most demanding of situations. Their selflessness and impact are felt in our community each and every day.

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CONGRATULATIONS, NATE! 🌼 | Nate Vela, RN, has recently been awarded the DAISY Award. Nate's nominator writes "Nate used his critical thinking and thorough patient assessments to catch a critical neurological change on one of his patients within minutes of onset. This led to emergent surgery that saved this patient's life. This patient is now able to live the rest of their life with no complications because of him." Thank you, Nate, for your dedication to high-quality patient care, and for upholding our mission of Doing What's Best for our patients, their families and our community. Please join us in congratulating Nate on this well-deserved recognition!

Myth vs. Truth: Clinical trials for cancer treatment | Karmanos News 02/09/2023

Myth vs. Truth: Clinical trials for cancer treatment | Karmanos News

Despite common thought, clinical trials help us find tomorrow’s standard of care today. And they’re more accessible than you may think. At Karmanos, part of McLaren Health Care, we strive to keep our patients informed on promising new cancer treatment options.

To read the common myths about clinical trials for cancer treatment, visit https://www.karmanos.org/karmanos/news/myth-vs-truth-clinical-trials-for-cancer-treatment-4311

Myth vs. Truth: Clinical trials for cancer treatment | Karmanos News A clinical trial is a research study that examines new cancer-fighting drugs, surgical methods, diagnostic tests or disease prevention methods. These new treatment methods are only possible because patients participated in the clinical trials. These studies offer hope to patients and their families....

02/07/2023

DOING WHAT'S BEST®

DOING WHAT'S BEST® | We offer efficient and compassionate health care, no matter what.

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❤️ Celebrating American Heart Month❤️

What can you do to protect yourself from cardiovascular diseases?

- Ask your doctor about your blood pressure, cholesterol, and A1C
- Reduce sodium, and increase fruits, vegetables, and whole grains in your diet
- Be physically active
- Maintain a healthy weight
- Don't smoke
- Manage stress
- Keep your diabetes under control

Learn more about cardiology services available at McLaren Oakland here: https://bit.ly/40p1LdE

Photos from McLaren Oakland's post 02/03/2023

GO RED FOR WOMEN 💃 | Today is National Wear Red Day! Our team wears red to spread awareness of cardiovascular disease - women’s No. 1 killer. Join us and the American Heart Association as we show support for the women in our lives! Start reducing your risk for cardiovascular disease today by building healthy habits that we know work.

Photos from McLaren Oakland's post 02/02/2023

INDEPENDENCE WOMEN | Thank you to Dr. Marisa O'Neill, McLaren Clarkston breast surgeon, for speaking on breast health at the Clarkston Area Chamber of Commerce Independence Women event hosted at the The Fed in Clarkston!

Healthy sleep, for your heart’s sake | McLaren Health Care News 02/01/2023

Healthy sleep, for your heart’s sake | McLaren Health Care News

SLEEP AND HEART HEALTH | A large study concluded that a full night’s sleep can contribute to improved heart health.

Healthy sleep, for your heart’s sake | McLaren Health Care News A large study concluded that a full night’s sleep can contribute to improved heart health. Anyone who rises out of bed in the morning and doesn’t walk to the kitchen – still half asleep – to groggily wait for their first strong cup of coffee can attest to the importance and positive effect a...

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