Holy Family Memorial is excited to announce the return of Otolaryngologist Dr. Edward Smith, DO, FACS, FAOCO, to HFM Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT), and the addition of Physician Assistant Scott Bradshaw. The practice expansion also includes the addition of a Sheboygan office at 1414 North Taylor Drive to meet the needs of Sheboygan County residents suffering from a wide range of conditions affecting the ears, nose, throat, head and neck.
Every three seconds, someone needs a blood donation. Holy Family Memorial is partnering with Versiti BloodCenter of Wisconsin to address that need through a blood drive on Monday, June 22, from 3-7 p.m. at Holy Family Memorial.
Holy Family Memorial will reopen the Wellness Center at its Harbor Town Campus, 1650 S. 41st Street, in Manitowoc, on Tuesday, May 26.
Holy Family Memorial (HFM) announced that it is beginning to schedule medically necessary, time-sensitive procedures to meet the need of its patients. “We continue to adapt to the changing needs of the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Dean Pollnow, MD, Chief Medical Officer at HFM.
When it rains, we look for the rainbow to follow. That is exactly what HFM Lean on the Lakeshore did when the health-focused event found itself closing early due to the coronavirus Safer at Home guidelines.
HFM telemedicine appointments give you access to our health care providers from the safety of your home. Our clinics are still open to see patients with urgent or emergent issues or concerns.
Holy Family Memorial opened a new Respiratory Clinic located at Harbor Town Campus, 1650 S. 41st Street, in Manitowoc.
Holy Family Memorial (HFM) is now accepting donations of homemade fabric face masks. For anyone interested in donating fabric face masks to HFM, please contact marketing@hfmhealth.
Holy Family Memorial has introduced a phone triage line for its Orthopaedic Walk-In Care (WIC) at HFM Harbor Town Campus.
Starting Monday, 3/23 the Orthopaedic Walk-in at HFM Harbor Town will be open 8am-4pm thru Friday, 3/27. We are reducing hours due to decreased demand.
For the health and safety of our patients and staff, we are currently limiting visitors to 1 per patient per stay. Children are not allowed unless they are patients.
The Holy Family Memorial (HFM) Wellness Center will be temporarily closed starting Tuesday, March 17 due to concerns regarding the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
HFM Lakeshore Orthopaedics is pleased to welcome its newest physician, Dr. Richard Manos, a fellowship-trained spine surgeon. Dr. Manos has over 25 years of experience and has expertise in spinal deformity and both minimally invasive and complex spinal revision surgery.
Holy Family Memorial Medical Center (HFM) and Froedtert Health announced the organizations have entered into a letter of intent to provide health care services. HFM will continue to operate as a locally-led and managed health network within the partnership framework.
The HFM Wellness Center will be hosting an injury prevention talk focusing on the upper and lower body. Personal trainer Lucy Vaca will discuss the importance of body awareness and alignment in working out.
Choosing to have surgery is an important decision. Once made, you want to ensure you understand the process and are prepared for the best outcome and a speedy recovery.
Palliative care and hospice are both important aspects of the continuum of health care services. Sister Marlita Henseler, Pastoral Leader, St. Thomas the Apostle, and Nicole Reno, RN, CHPN, Holy Family Memorial (HFM) Hospice will discuss both and how they fit into the Catholic faith in the upcoming program Considering Comfort Care: Differentiating the Roles of Palliative Care and Hospice.
Holy Family Memorial (HFM) will open an HFM FastCare® Clinic in the new Meijer store at 4921 Expo Drive in Manitowoc. The clinic is scheduled to open with the Meijer store in April.
CORE Treatment Services will hold an Open House and Ribbon Cutting from 4-6 p.m. Wednesday, February 12, at its new facility at 3 Riverside Drive, Manitowoc.
Holy Family Memorial will hold a free running clinic on Wednesday, March 4, at 6 pm. The clinic is designed for all levels of runners.
Holy Family Memorial is partnering with Versiti BloodCenter of Wisconsin to host a blood drive on Monday, February 3 from 2-7 p.m. in the Manitowoc Room at the HFM Medical Center, 2300 Western Avenue, Manitowoc.