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Osteomyelitis, A Growing Health Concern: Six Common Questions
by Covenant HealthCare on October 13, 2021


When is My Situation an Emergency or Not?
by Covenant HealthCare on September 20, 2021


September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month
by Covenant HealthCare on September 1, 2021


Spiritual Support and Education at Covenant HealthCare
by Covenant HealthCare on July 26, 2021


Protect Your Feet from Summer Heat
by Covenant HealthCare on July 6, 2021
Some diabetics have a loss of sensation in the lower extremities due to nerve damage. Because of this loss of feeling, a small burn, scratch or scrape can go unnoticed and become infected.


Sail Through Summer Injury Free
by Covenant HealthCare on July 5, 2021
Longer days and hotter, more humid weather send most of us outside for our favorite summer activities. Staying safe, especially in the heat and around water, has a lot to do with being and alert and prepared, says Covenant Injury Prevention Specialist Laura Walker, RN, MSN, EMT, CFRN. Read her top tips for a safe, injury-free summer.


An Extraordinary Affiliation to Fight Cancer
by Covenant HealthCare on June 29, 2021
Covenant was recently recertified as Michigan’s first and only member of MD Anderson Cancer Network, a program of MD Anderson Cancer Center. What that means for local cancer patients, according to Sandra Johnson, Director of Covenant’s Cancer Care Center, is an elevated level of cancer care right here close to home.


Cancer Prevention & Screening: Be Proactive
by Covenant HealthCare on June 29, 2021
Covenant Cancer Care experts are continuously focused on prevention and screening. Everyone can take proactive steps to minimize the risk of cancer in their lives.


Rehabilitation – The Post Stroke “What’s Next”
by Covenant HealthCare on May 21, 2021
“Getting stroke patients ready to go home independently or under the care of family requires a ‘next step.’ For many, what comes next is inpatient rehabilitation,” says Joe Piselli, OTRL, ACSM-EP, therapy manager, Mary Free Bed at Covenant HealthCare.


Stress: The Silent Heart Attacker
by Covenant HealthCare on April 7, 2021