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HFM Holds Annual Dinner

Holy Family Memorial recently held its annual dinner at the Manitowoc Holiday Inn. The theme of the event, “Doing What’s Right” was inspired by HFM’s core beliefs of providing the right care, in the right setting, with the right outcomes. The purpose of the annual dinner is to welcome new board members, and say thank you to those retiring from the board, as well as to share with those in attendance HFM’s accomplishments over the past year, and their plans for the coming year.

HFM President and CEO Mark Herzog spoke on HFM s plans for doing the right thing to keep Manitowoc County healthy, now and well into the future. Herzog detailed HFM’s social and economic impact on Manitowoc County – including $200 million in economic activity.

Highlights of the past year for HFM included:
  • Opening of the most advanced x-ray system in a cardiac catheterization lab in Wisconsin, and the expansion of cath services to provide 24/7 care
  • Expansion of the “medical home” concept within HFM’s primary care clinics. A medical home is an effective team approach to caring for patients, where the patient and their family are at the center of care.
  • Addition of new clinics at area long-term care facilities and onsite therapy at Shady Lane
  • Launch of Direct Access Lab Testing
HFM Board Chair Bill Censky introduced new board members Derek Bown, DC, Matthew Campbell, MD, Jeff Dunn and Sister Elaine Turba, of the Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity.

Special recognition and gratitude was extended to retiring board members Pradeep Giriyappa, MD, Lee Kummer and Sister Paula Vanden Hogen.

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