FLINT — On March 30, Hurley Medical Center will celebrate Doctors’ Day. The Hurley family salutes the more than 500 doctors and residents in our community who share our commitment to quality patient care. You dedicate your lives to helping us lead healthier ones, and inspire and educate the next generation of physicians so we can be assured a high-level of care continues for many years to come.
“We are proud to salute the physicians and residents at Hurley Medical Center, and the countless others who carry on the quiet work of healing each day in communities throughout Genesee County, the U.S., and the world. From the specialist to the general practitioner, they experience hard work, stress and sacrifice. As we recognize our nation’s physicians for their leadership in the prevention and treatment of illness and injury, we also thank our Hurley family of Physicians,” said Melany Gavulic, Interim President and Chief Executive Officer, Hurley Medical Center. — G.G.
GRAND BLANC — MHLExpo and Michigan Healthy Living and Sustainability, Inc., are announcing the 5th Annual “Spring Into Health” Natural Health Fair and Expo, coming March 31. The event will be held from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Genesys Banquet & Conference Center, 805 Health Park Blvd., Grand Blanc, MI (next to the Genesys Athletic Club). Admission and parking is free, as is entrance to the speaking/demonstration sessions.
“Our goal,” said Jerry Neale, who with wife Tracy, produces the series of MHLExpo events, “is to create a venue that brings together niche businesses who offer products that help people find new ways to live better, whether it’s health related, physical or therapeutic, fitness-related, nutritional or even finding ways to live in a healthier environment. We also typically have a broad range of health practitioners with complementary, integrative and natural approaches.”
One featured speaker/presenter this year is Greg Harris, founder of Hyperbaric Options, LLC, who has spoken publicly about health and wellness over the past eight years.
Harris will explore the history, benefits and science of hyperbaric therapy.
Also presenting, themed in the Women’s health and fitness category, is ITA (International TaeKwon-Do Association) 3rd Degree Black Belt instructor Janet Janonovitz, who also owns the Korean Martial Arts Institute in Lapeer, a martial arts school that has been open since 1975.
MHLExpo produces, sponsors and helps promote related events throughout the year. Jerry and Tracy Neale were one of the founding members, along with Oakland University and Upland Hills Ecological Awareness Center, of the Rochester Earth Day Expo, which has grown into one of the largest events in the state.
Main sponsors for the “Spring Into Health” on March 31 include the NAN Health Discount Card Program and Natural Awakenings Magazines throughout Michigan.