Week in Review: Week of Sept. 3, 2018
It may have been a short work week, but there was still plenty going on at Michigan Medicine!
The week began with the opening of the Brighton Center for Specialty Care, a new state-of-the art facility located in Livingston County. Faculty and staff were also asked to recognize the MVPs and superstars in their unit or department, and the Michigan Medicine Addiction Center shared how it helps people get their lives back on track.
In case you missed anything, here’s the latest:
A Bright start: Brighton Center for Specialty Care is now open!
The numbers are certainly impressive at the Brighton Center for Specialty Care: More than 50 adult and pediatric specialties spread across 297,000 square feet. But it’s the faculty and staff inside who make the new facility stand out. Click here to learn more about the BCSC, which promises to bring the same level of care offered in Ann Arbor closer to patients’ homes in Livingston County.
Kick off the season in style: Nominate the superstars in your unit or department
As U-M football gets set for its home opener against Western Michigan, the team will lean on its superstars to notch a victory. In much the same way, Michigan Medicine leans on its star employees every day to help patients and colleagues find success. Headlines wants to know who you consider the superstars and MVPs in your unit. Find out how to nominate them and give them a chance to win a cool prize!
Addiction Center helps individuals get on the road to recovery
September is National Recovery Month, an important time to acknowledge the dedication of faculty and staff who make up the Addiction Center at Michigan Medicine. From carrying out world-renowned research to meeting with patients in the clinic, learn how these valuable team members get individuals on the road to recovery.