(WOODRUFF, Wis.) – Among the first facilities in northern Wisconsin to perform robotic surgery, Ministry Health Care’s Howard Young Medical Center is using the latest technology to offer a safe alternative to patients who require gallbladder removal (cholecystectomy). Using the da Vinci® Surgical System, an advanced surgical robotics technology, Howard Young Medical Center surgeons are leading the way in performing minimally invasive and complex procedures using small incisions and precise, controlled movements.
(WOODRUFF, Wis.) – Howard Young Medical Center (HYMC) and the Ministry Medical Group (MMG) clinic in Woodruff will be hosting the Third Annual Community Health and Wellness Fair on Thursday, August 7, from 4 - 7 p.m., inside the hospital located at 240 Maple Street. Health fair visitors are asked to park and enter on the north side of the building at the MMG clinic entrance.
(WOODRUFF, Wis.) - Applications for the Dr. Henry Ashe Continuing Education Scholarships will be available on Friday, August 1, for Lakeland area college students who are pursuing a career in a healthcare field at the undergraduate level.
(EAGLE RIVER, WI) – The Partners – Auxiliary, Ministry Eagle River Memorial Hospital, through its fundraising efforts, donated $50,000 to the Howard Young Foundation Special Gift Initiative on Tuesday, June 17. The donation will benefit health and wellness related services at Ministry Eagle River Memorial Hospital (MERMH).
(WOODRUFF, Wis.) – “I want to be a doctor when I grow up!” Those words were uttered by several children during Howard Young Medical Center’s annual Pediatrics Day on Wednesday, May 21.
Applications for the Dr. Henry Ashe Continuing Education Scholarships are available for Lakeland area college students who are pursuing a career in a health care field at the undergraduate level.