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Escanaba, Michigan News

10/24/2016
OSF HealthCare Partnering with NIH and AHA to Create Online Medical Journal for 3D Hearts
OSF HealthCare is working to make the 3D Heart Library on the NIH 3D Print Exchange on online medical journal for 3D heart modeling.
10/18/2016
OSF St. Francis Hospital & Medical Group Earns Patient-Centered Medical Home Designation
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan has designated OSF St. Francis Hospital & Medical Group – Family Practice Escanaba, Gladstone, and Powers and Internal Med...
10/12/2016
WELCOME KIM JOHNSON, D.O., AS DIRECTOR OF PHYSICIAN PRACTICES
OSF St. Francis Hospital & Medical Group is pleased to announce Dr. Kim Johnson as the new Director of Physician Practices
09/14/2016
OSF HealthCare CEO Kevin Schoeplein to Retire at End of 2017
Sister Judith Ann Duvall, O.S.F., Chairperson of OSF Healthcare System, has  announced that Kevin Schoeplein, Chief Executive Officer of OSF Healthcare ...
09/08/2016
OSF HealthCare Opens Specialized Simulation Space in Chicago
OSF HealthCare opens specialized simulation space for health care entrepreneurs in Chicago.
09/06/2016
OSF Recognized for Accountable Care
Becker's Hospital Review Ranks OSF HealthCare Among Top in Nation
08/16/2016
OSF St. Francis Hospital and Medical Group Adult and Child Sleep Diagnostic Center Receives Program Accreditation
OSF St. Francis Hospital and Medical Group Adult and Child Sleep Diagnostic Center in Escanaba recently received program accreditation from the American Acad...
08/12/2016
OSF HealthCare Opens Collaborative Workspace at Jump
OSF HealthCare officially opens OSF Innovation at Jump, a co-working environment that will be a central hub for innovative solutions.
07/28/2016
U.P. Otolaryngology, PC joins OSF Medical Group
OSF HealthCare is pleased to announce that U.P. Otolaryngology will be part of our growing medical specialties serving patients in Escanaba and the region.
07/25/2016
OSF HealthCare Named One of the Most Wired Systems for 2016
OSF HealthCare recognized as one of the Most Wired in the country for fifth year in a row