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West Michigan Eyecare Associates interior

Eye care practice settles into new building

A local optometry practice has moved into a brand-new, 11,500-square-foot building. Read More

Sydney Savage

Practice hires physical therapists

A physical therapy practice in the area has hired two specialists to expand its team. Read More

Gas leak prompts evacuation at college

Officials said a landscaping crew nicked a gas line at a college in the region, prompting an evacuation at the school's health center. Read More

Employee benefits

Consultants provide tools to cut benefit costs

In an era when many employers lack the administrative resources to select and manage employee benefits, local consultants are thriving. Read More

Theodore Boeve

Health system appoints director of heart and lung transplant program

A local health system has appointed a heart surgeon to head up its heart and lung transplant program. Read More

SpartanNash Family Fare pharmacy pharmacist

Grocer extends opioid safety initiative

A local grocer has extended its opioid safety initiative to an additional 61 pharmacies across the state. Read More

Perrigo lab

Feds search drug maker's offices

The federal government has executed search warrants at the corporate offices of a drug maker in the region. Read More

Holland Home

Community partners fill need for nursing assistants

Facing a shortage of certified nursing assistants, West Michigan health care leaders asked Grand Rapids Community College to start a CNA training program. Read More

Jonas Paul Eyewear

Parents dive head first into retail eyewear startup

With their first child, Ben and Laura Harrison were sent on a wild ride. Read More

Free-market health care would save $2.3 trillion a year

The main reason Congress is having a difficult time with health care legislation is a failure to recognize the costs of our current health care system. Read More

Samaritas Senior Living Grand Rapids The Academy wine class

Senior living community producing 'lifelong learning' classes

A local senior living community will offer a diverse slate of “lifelong learning” classes this spring and summer. Read More