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Mercy Health Saint Mary’s Hospital rolling out vaccination strategy for West Michigan’s vulnerable and underserved populations

“Whatever vaccine comes in goes into arms that week.”

Dr. Andrew Jameson is Medical Director of Infection Prevention and Control at Mercy Health.

“Particularly with some of the news that the variants have been found in Grand Rapids and in many counties throughout Michigan now, I think we’re up to over 10 counties having identified the variant, we really feel like the vaccines are a race against those variants."

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  Mercy Health Saint Mary's is nationally recognized as a Best Maternity Care Hospital by Newsweek. We talk to RN Susan Bankhead about the award and what it means for the community.

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Mercy Health is joining Spectrum Health offering drive-through COVID-19 testing in West Michigan.

Drive-through testing for COVID-19 is one way to slow the spread of the disease by diagnosing it sooner.

“This is a testing that is ordered by an outpatient provider through either a phone visit, a video visit or an in-person visit that allows patients to come down and get tested while staying in their car much earlier in the disease course.”

Dr. Andrew Jameson is Regional Medical Director-Infectious Control for Mercy Health Physician Partners.

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The Dominican Sisters Grand Rapids are in the process of renovating and transforming its 35 acre Marywood Campus. Assisting in the planning are Mercy Health Saint Mary's and Trinity Senior Services Management.

WGVU spoke with Sister Maureen Geary, Prioress of the Dominican Sisters Grand Rapids about the comprehensive plan.

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The site plan for Grand Rapids’ $40 million Plaza Roosevelt is unveiled. WGVU takes a look at the details

When completed, Plaza Roosevelt will be a mixed-use development situated on two Grand Rapids city blocks on the east side of Grandville Avenue between Graham and Franklin Streets. 

What has been four years in the making and dubbed a $40 million “Neighborhood-Driven Development,” Habitat for Humanity of Kent County is taking the lead.