News from Ministry Saint Michael's Hospital in Stevens Point, WI

Ministry to host free open house for 3D mammogram technology

June 03, 2015

(Stevens Point, Wis.) – One in eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime, but when the disease is diagnosed early, the five year survival rate is 98%. Ministry Health Care will introduce 3D mammogram technology at their Plover location at a free open house event on Wednesday, June 10, 5:30 – 7pm, at 2401 Plover Road, Plover.

Saint Michael’s Foundation grants to health related programs

May 06, 2015

(Stevens Point, Wis.) – Saint Michael’s Foundation announces recipients for their fourth quarter, fiscal year 2015 grant allocations for programs and services that support patients served at Ministry Saint Michael’s Hospital and Ministry Medical Group.

Foundation announces 2015 scholarship recipients

May 06, 2015

(Stevens Point, Wis.) – Saint Michael’s Foundation is proud to support the next generation of local students pursuing careers in healthcare by awarding the 2015 scholarships. The 2015 scholarships were awarded to Philip J. Kostka, Rosholt; Lindsey A. Meis, Custer; and Alicia Wojtalewicz, Rosholt.

Local leaders honored at annual leadership celebration

May 06, 2015

(Stevens Point, Wis.) – Local leaders Don Peters, Pat Hilpert, and Rick Flugaur were honored with the Quality of Life Leadership Award at the Saint Michael’s Foundation 22nd Annual Community Leadership Celebration on Saturday, April 25. The Quality of Life Leadership Award is offered annually in recognition of leaders that significantly impact the lives of others.

Ministry Breast Care Center recognized for quality measures

April 28, 2015

(Stevens Point, Wis.) – Ministry Breast Care Center, located at Ministry Saint Michael’s Hospital, recognized as a Certified Participant of the National Quality Measures for Breast Centers Program (NQMBCTM) for the third consecutive year. This distinguished honor represents a commitment by Ministry Breast Care Center to provide the highest level of quality breast healthcare to patients in the Stevens Point community.

Ministry Saint Michael’s Hospital awards $6,600 to YMCA/Boys and Girls Club programs

April 09, 2015

(Stevens Point, Wis.) – Ministry Saint Michael’s Hospital in Stevens Point is pleased to announce the selection of the 95210 obesity prevention program of the Stevens Point Area YMCA and the Triple Play Program of the Portage County Boys & Girls Club as Community Improvement Partner Organizations.

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