Kalkaska Memorial Health Center was recognized for its retention of employees with the Michigan Health Council's "Building Michigan Healthcare Workforce Award."
The award recognizes Michigan health care organizations and educators who are designing and implementing creative approaches to address Michigan's health care workforce needs and issues.
A recent two-day Red Cross blood drive at Temple Hill Church of Cadillac was sponsored by Crystal Flash Energy and Save-A-Lot. The drive resulted in 146 productive units, with 16 double red donations.
Donors who received gallon pins include: one gallon, Sarah Eling of McBain; three gallons, Elizabeth Wetherell of Cadillac; and five gallons, Jack Foster of Cadillac.
North Flight EMS Air and Ground recently was reaccredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems.
Accreditation means that North Flight meets industry-established criteria for quality patient care and rotor-wing, fixed-wing and ground transports. It involves submitting extensive documentation for its operations to CAMTS, which is followed up by an on-site survey that looks at all aspects of the medical transport service. The accreditation period is for three years.
North Flight operates and maintains one King Air fixed-wing aircraft, one A-Star 350-B2 helicopter and a fleet of ambulances.