New Mid-Michigan Heallth Facility Presented to Rotary
June 19, 2018
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By: Stephen Kent
Director of Administration for Mid-Michigan Health spoke to Rotary about Mid-Michigan's new facility being built on the corner of Keisel Road and 2 Mile, next to John Glen High School.
The new facility will provide patients in the Bay area with more options for health care.
Yesney was proud of the personal approach that MidMichigan takes with patients. They took the time to talk to patients about their healthcare and to address concerns.
A dedicated phone team insures that patients talk to a person when they call.
Appointments can be made on-line, on the phone or by stopping in.
The reception areas are designed to be comfortable and home like rather than the typical medical waiting room.
Greeters are trained to welcome patients and help them get started.
Exam rooms are comfortable and feature (heated) exam chairs rather than tables.
MidMichigan is striving to take full advantage of the electronic records world. Patients can use the MyChart patient portal to view test results, medications, and communicate with their healthcare team.
Several doctors have been hired for the new facility and others will soon join the team.
An emphasis will be placed on sports medicine, physical therapy and orthopedic surgery.
As part of the University of Michigan Health System, UofM specialists will provide pediatric orthopedics and orthopedic oncology services.
Showing the floorplan of new facility, Yesney noted that the 19,000 sq ft facility will provide the convenience of multiple services under one roof.
The facility will be holding an open house September 26 from 5-7 pm.
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CLUB NEWS and ANNOUNCEMENTS
IT'S TIME! LET'S PLAY GOLF
Tim Holsworth reminded members of the upcoming Golf Outing to be held MONDAY,
June 25, 2018, , at Maple Leaf Golf Course then read the names of the sponsors.
may be turned in anytime prior to the drawing on Monday.
Prizes are sponsored by Wildfire Credit Union are a 9.7" iPad and $100 cash.
Full details and a downloadable copy of the brochure is on the club web site at
The Rotary International Convention
should be underway in Toronto as you read this article. Look for a report when our delegation returns next week!
The club participated in RI's tree planting initiative by planting a Red Maple in the Kantzler Memorial Arboretum.
This is a native Red Maple will sport green leaves during the spring and summer then turn brilliant red in the in the fall.
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The July to December, 2018 dues cycle is under way.
Dues notices were delivered by E-MAIL on June 6.
If you have not received your invoice please inform the Secretary!
You may mail your dues as usual, or deliver them to the Secretary at a meeting.
Dig out your favorite Rotary memory photos and
let Brenda Scramlin use them for the weekly
Club slide show. It'll be fun for everyone!
---- DATES TO REMEMBER ----
June 25, 2018
- Club Golf Outing Maple Leaf Golf Course
(See the official schedule at
June 26, 2018: The Bay City Recycling Program
presented by Sarah Archer.
July 17, 2018: International University of Shanghai
25 students from the International University in Shanghai will visit SVSU. They will tour the campus and have lunch with Rotary. The program will describe the partnership between the two universities.
is an intimate affiliation of carefully selected business and professional people,
having as its objective the promotion of high ethical standards in private, commercial
and civic life, and dedicated to the ideal that the basis of all worthy endeavor is unselfish service.
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newsletters are available on the District site shown in the LINKS section below.
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Steve Kent and his family have lived in Bay City for 40 years. He is VP of Technical Services at MMCC which produces MyBayCity.Com. Kent is active in many Bay City civic organizations.
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