Holy Family Memorial has exciting volunteer opportunities for anyone age 15 and older. A variety of assignments are available to fit each volunteer’s needs and interests; options are available for those who would like to interact with patients directly or for those who prefer to be behind the scenes.
Holy Family Memorial is pleased to welcome the addition of Steven Bush, MD and Doreen Krause, APNP to HFM Women’s Health. Dr. Bush is an experienced obstetrician and gynecologist with more than two decades of women’s health experience.
Holy Family Memorial patients can now have their prescriptions filled before leaving the Emergency Room. HFM is the first health care facility in Manitowoc County to offer InstyMeds, a fully automated ATM-style machine that dispenses prescription medications directly to patients.
Holy Family Memorial announced KDC/ONE Northern Labs as the winner of Move Manitowoc—a month-long community step challenge held in May to improve employee health and raise money for a good cause. As the winner, KDC/ONE Northern Labs will donate all competition proceeds, $2,750, to the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Wisconsin, Inc.
Holy Family Memorial and its medical staff recently awarded scholarships, totaling $13,000 to seven area students who are attending or will attend an accredited educational institution and have declared a health care-related major. The HFM medical staff awarded the following students with the Holy Family Medical/Dental Endowment Scholarship.
Holy Family Memorial Hospice and a group of local widows will host a God’s Care for Widows on Saturday, August 3. The one-day program is designed for widowed women of any age or faith background and provides an opportunity to explore the emotional, social, and spiritual aspects of their grief.
Holy Family Memorial Wellness Center is pleased to announce it will be launching group exercises classes starting in June that leverage Myzone technology—an innovative wearable heart rate-based system that uses wireless and cloud technology to monitor heart rate, calories burned and physical activity. “We are excited to offer Myzone to our members,” says Lisa Hansen, lead specialist at the HFM Wellness Center.
Holy Family Memorial is partnering with Versiti BloodCenter of Wisconsin to host a blood drive on Tuesday, May 21 from 3-7 p.m. in the Manitowoc Room at the HFM Medical Center, 2300 Western Avenue, Manitowoc.
Felician Village and Holy Family Memorial have collaborated to open Lakeshore Memory Clinic—a clinic to care for patients who have memory loss conditions, including people with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. The clinic is affiliated with the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute Dementia Diagnostic Clinic Network which has a statewide network of memory clinics.
Holy Family Memorial will host its 24th annual Samaritan Day Golf Benefit on Monday, June 17, at The Golf Course at Branch River in Cato. Net proceeds raised from the event will benefit the HFM Samaritan Endowment Fund.
Holy Family Memorial is hosting a Community Town Hall on Tuesday, April 23 at 5 p.m. in the Whitelaw Conference Room at the HFM Medical Center, 2300 Western Avenue, Manitowoc.
The medical staff at Holy Family Memorial has six Medical/Dental Endowment Scholarship opportunities available for area high school or college students pursuing an advanced degree in the medical or dental field. The Holy Family Medical/Dental Endowment Scholarship offers a $2,000 award to six students.
Holy Family Memorial welcomes psychiatric nurse practitioner Brenda Stallbaum, APNP. She is a board-certified psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner with over 30 years of behavioral health experience.
The general public is invited to join Holy Family Memorial for a flag raising ceremony at the HFM Medical Center, 2300 Western Avenue, Manitowoc, on April 1 to celebrate Donate Life Month. This is observed each April to honor organ donors and promote the importance of organ, tissue and eye donation.
Holy Family Memorial Hospice and Mission & Pastoral Care Department will be offering Stepping Stones: Your Grief, Your Journey, a monthly facilitated grief group providing support for those who have experienced the loss of a loved one. The group is open to the general public and designed for adults ages 18 and older.
Holy Family Memorial invites Manitowoc County organizations to participate in Move Manitowoc—a community step challenge to improve employee health and raise money for a good cause. The month-long challenge runs during May Global Health & Fitness Month with each team competing to achieve the highest average daily steps.
Holy Family Memorial is pleased to welcome Robert Bivins, MD, a family medicine physician to HFM Primary Care. Dr. Bivins will be located at HFM Lakefront Campus in Two Rivers.
Holy Family Memorial is hosting a Department of Transportation (DOT) Alcohol and Drug Compliance Training for Supervisors on Wednesday, April 17.
Holy Family Memorial awarded social worker Patricia Linck and volunteer Sharon McConnell with the HFM Inspired Caring Award. “Patricia is independent, a hard worker and has a wealth of knowledge from all her experiences which she uses to help patients and families achieve the best outcome for their situation,” wrote Patricia’s nominator.
Holy Family Memorial welcomes nurse practitioner Lisa Turner, APNP to HFM Primary Care.
Put on your running shoes and join Holy Family Memorial on Wednesday, March 13, for a free running clinic. Whether training for your first race or trying to improve on your last one, the HFM Running Clinic can help you run right, so you can run strong.