With a dearth of doses on hand, but more on the way, state health officials are asking for patience as they roll out the COVID-19 vaccine program.
After thousands of people trying to use their system crashed Beaumont's server Friday, the health system got it running over the weekend, tripling its capacity in the process.
Central City Integrated Health has named Dr. Jasper Gill as its new chief medical officer.
Beaumont adds trio of doctors to its Board of Directors, adding physician representation to the board. Six of the board's 19 members are now doctors.
The Grand Rapids Chamber created a government affairs coordinator position, and promptly filled it with a Michigan State grad.
Starting early and thinking fast on its feet allowed Central Michigan University to complete its year with in-person learning, its president said.
Michigan's frontline healthcare workers and high-risk citizens were expected to start receiving the COVID-19 vaccines after the FDA approved it Friday.
In the months since it was formed, actions taken by the state's Coronavirus Task Force on Racial Disparity have driven those statistics way down.
With the coronavirus surging across Michigan, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced a series of revived restrictions she says are needed to slow the spread.
Beaumont Hospital researchers are looking for some 40,000 participants for a COVID-19 vaccine study.
With coronavirus cases surging in Michigan, leaders of the state's largest health systems banded together Thursday to urge Michiganders to strengthen their social-distancing efforts to flatten the curve.
Based on worldwide collaboration and intense efforts, there could be four to five coronavirus vaccines available in early 2021 for distribution to millions of people across the...
First-in-the-country cancer rehab residency program producing therapists who are helping more and more people survive cancer.
Detroit artist Jessica DeMuro is hoping her current work helps people find hope and peace in a chaotic 2020.
Grand Rapids businessman Peter Secchia is being remembered for his love of everything Grand Rapids and Michigan State University. Secchia, 83, died Wednesday.
As cases surge at the University of Michigan, students in on-campus, off-campus and near-campus housing are told: Stay home.
Business Leaders for Michigan announces new CEO to start November 30th to succeed Doug Rothwell.
With COVID-19 putting a strain on the resources of domestic violence shelters, the DTE Energy Foundation announced Tuesday it would provide $1 million in grants to 45 shelters to help them weather the strain.
Serial Entrepreneur Creates New Platform that Promises to Evolve How Humans Experience Classrooms, Museums
Saganworks knows humans live in a 3-D world. So their goal is to help people build endless 3-D spaces for their knowledge and experience.
Ruby+Associates recently were certified as a Women's Business Enterprise by the Great Lakes Women's Business Council.