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HNJH Fact Sheet

 

 
 
Providing the communities we serve with more than just healthcare:

  
Offering monthly support groups
  • Diabetes Self-Management Education Support Group
  • Alzheimer's Support Group
  • Grief Share Support Group

  
Sponsoring a wide variety of local activities, events, and organizations
  • Sports Boosters (Newberry, Engadine, Paradise)
  • Band Boosters (Newberry, Engadine)
  • High School Graduation Activities (Newberry, Engadine, Paradise)
  • Chambers of Commerce in Newberry, Curtis, Paradise, Grand Marais, and Engadine/Naubinway
  • Paradise Blueberry Festival
  • Tahquamenon Wilderness Canoe Race
  • Whitefish Point Marathon
  • Tahquamenon Country Sled Dog Race
  • Kurt Knierim Memorial Race
  • Tri-Lakes Triathlon (Curtis)
  • Blazing a Trail Walk/Run
  • Tahquamenon Area Walk for Diabetes
  • CCSS Summer Swim Bus
  • Luce County Resource & Recreation Center (Kids Center)
  • Newberry & Engadine Soccer Assocation
  • Tahquamenon Falls Little League
  • Engadine Heritage Days
  • Tahquamenon Area Youth Hockey Association
  • Newberry Area Fire Department
  • Mentoring elementary students via the Tahquamenon Area Schools HOSTS (Help One Student To Succeed) Program
  • Pet Pals (local animal shelter)
  • Newberry High School Key Club
  • Tahquamenon Valley Cruisers (classic car club)
  • Newberry Youth Basketball Association
  • Delta Waterfowl / Tahquamenon Waterfowl Association
  • Wild Turkey Foundation / UP Snow Gobblers
  • Tahquamenon Area Recreation Association
  • Tahquamenon Outdoor Recreation Complex
  • Tahquamenon Logging Museum
  • Magnum Opus Off-Road Racing
  • Kiwanis Club, Masonic Lodge, Elks Lodge, Eagles Club, and American Legion

  
Providing Training
  • Nurse Aide Training Classes several times per year
  • Basic Life Support (BLS) healthcare provider courses
  • Community CPR & First Aid Classes
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and ACLS Recertification courses
  • Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) courses
  • Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) training programs
  • High School Vocational Job Training programs (Newberry and Engadine)

   Providing Community Outreach
  • Quarterly Community Health Screenings (low-cost blood sugar/cholesterol, blood pressure and BMI testing)
  • Annual Flu Shot Clinics
  • Bi-annual School Sports Readiness Screenings (low-cost screenings for student athletes)

  
Offering Internship Opportunities
  • Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN)
  • Registered Nurses (RN and BSN)
  • Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT)
  • Paramedics
  • Rehabilitation (Physical, Occupational, Speech)
  • Laboratory (Technologists, Technicians, and Phlebotomists)
  • Diagnostic Imaging (Radiology, CT, Mammography, Ultrasound

  
Serving as a Training Site               
  • Rural Health Training for Medical Students in conjunction with Michigan State University and the University of Minnesota-Duluth            

  
Providing Informational Opportunities                        
  • High school and college students can learn about the healthcare field through Career Day participation in conjunction with Tahquamenon Area Schools, Engadine Consolidated Schools, Northern Michigan University and Lake Superior State University

  
Offering Annual                  
  • Health Career Support Grants and Health Career Scholarships for students pursuing careers in a number of healthcare fields

   Offering Telemedicine
(long distance video conferencing)
  • Clinical consultations for patients and their out-of-area healthcare providers
  • Learning and continuing education opportunities for hospital staff and community healthcare professionals
  • Long distance business and professional conferences

   
"Giving Back" Projects
  • Annual Fall Harvest Gathering - helping to fill the local emergency food pantry
  • Annual Christmas Giving Tree - providing gifts and other items to families in need at Christmas
  • Weekly Pay-it-Forward Fridays - providing support to non-profit organizations and projects in our service area

  
Hosting Blood Drives            
  • Every eight weeks in conjunction with the Upper Peninsula Regional Blood Center (Marquette)

   Providing meeting space for a variety of local organizations
  • Newberry Ministerial Association
  • Tahquamenon Area Youth Hockey Association
  • Girl Scouts


 
 

 

 

Helen Newberry Joy Hospital does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or age in admission, treatment or participation in its programs, services, and activities.

 

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Helen Newberry Joy Hospital & Healthcare Center, 502 W. Harrie Street, Newberry, MI 49868   Phone: 906-293-9200