McLaren welcomes family medicine specialist
FLINT — Rose Hall, DO, a family medicine specialist, has joined the medical staff at McLaren Flint. Dr. Hall is in practice at McLaren Flint Family Medicine Residency Program. Hall completed residency through Genesys Family Medicine in Grand Blanc. She earned her medical degree through Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Hall is accepting new patients and can be reached by contacting McLaren Flint Family Medicine Residency Program located at G-3230 Beecher Road in Flint. The office phone number is 810-342-5656. — G.G.
Leading the Life We Want to Lead seminar Aug. 31
FLINT — The Flint & Genesee Chamber of Commerce is teaming up with ZingTrain — the business training arm of Ann Arborbased Zingerman’s — to host “Managing Ourselves: Leading the Life We Want to Lead,” Aug. 31 from 8 a.m. to noon at the Mott Foundation Building, at 503 S. Saginaw St., Flint. Offering real-life stories and practical tips for everyday life, this seminar will provide attendees with ways to be better leaders, improve their organizations and, ultimately, lead the lives they want to lead. Tickets are $40. To register, visit www.flintandgenesee.org/events or call 810-600-1404. — G.G.
$1.2M grant to aid Mich. children with epilepsy
LANSING — The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) was recently awarded a $1.2 million grant over a three-year period by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Maternal Child and Health Systems Branch for the Michigan Pediatric Epilepsy Project.
The focus of the grant is to improve access to quality health care for children and youth with epilepsy in Michigan’s rural and medically underserved areas. This grant award will enable the Michigan Children’s Special Health Care Services (CSHCS) Division to expand upon current efforts to improve access to specialized pediatric epilepsy services.
More than 13,000 Michigan children up to 17 years old have active epilepsy, and roughly 25 percent of Michigan’s youth population reside in rural areas. Children in rural and underserved areas often have less access to pediatricians, pediatric sub-specialists, and coordinated care. By increasing access to care, this funding will help positively impact overall health and well-being of children with epilepsy
This project is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under grant number H98MC26257, Awareness and Access to Care for Children and Youth with Epilepsy, in the amount of $414,000.
Details: Visit www.michigan.gov/pediatricepilepsy. — G.G.