Michigan has a nursing shortage, and burnout is higher than ever. This creative approach could attract more people to the profession.
How has this Michigan hospital worker gotten through the pandemic? She explains here.
The COVID-19 pandemic nearly buried Michigan’s rural hospitals. Grand funding is helping to pull them out.
Overburdened and underfunded, Michigan’s rural hospitals are in need of life support to continue serving a large swath of the state’s families.
While federal funds gave most other states $160,000 per patient, Michiganders got just $31,000.
Local hospitals say more Michiganders are going home every day. Here are some numbers we've been waiting for.
Hospitals and clinics across the United States have struggled to stay afloat amid a crippling shortage of personal protective equipment.
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