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Healthy Living Newsletters

April 20, 2014
Understanding the Importance of Advance Care Planning

You were in a tragic accident and have been placed on a respirator. The prognosis isn't good. Does your family know what your wishes might be for the continuation of treatment?

April 6, 2014
Threads of Mercy...Threads of Love

"May the love of God hold you in his arms just as this blanket wraps you in its warmth. May you know in your heart that you are never alone, He is with you always."

March 23, 2014
St. Joseph Mercy Awarded Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval

By demonstrating compliance with The Joint Commission's national standards for health care quality and safety, St. Joseph Mercy Port Huron (SJMPH) earned The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval.

March 9, 2014
Honoring Those Who Serve

St. Joseph Mercy Hospital has been honored with the support of hundreds of volunteers throughout its 60-year history.

February 23, 2014
Keeping Colon Cancer at Bay

Because she was conscientious about colon cancer screening, Annette's cancer was detected at an early stage. Now that she has been successfully treated, she knows she must be equally conscientious about keeping colon cancer from returning. Her husband Jack is helping her meet that goal.

February 9, 2014
Vineyards of the World Highlights Local Celebrity Ambassadors
Celebrating its twelfth year of tantalizing the community, St. Joseph Mercy Foundation is pleased to announce its premier fundraiser "Vineyards of the World" wine tasting event to be held Friday, February 28.

January 26, 2014
Mercy Surgery Care Welcomes Surgeon

With a new addition to its continually growing network of physicians, St. Joseph Mercy Hospital is pleased to announce that Walid Demashkieh, MD, will join Mercy Surgery Care.

January 12, 2014
Heartburn and Indigestion Treatment Options Offered

With the rich foods plentifully served during the holidays, nearly everyone knows how heartburn feels. The searing sensation in the chest, the sore throat and bitter mouth taste are no fun and can keep you from taking your next bite. Sometimes called acid indigestion or acid reflux, the burning sensation indicates that the lining of the food tube is irritated.

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