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Where to Go - What to Do in Northeast Michigan!

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Medical Spotlight

An in depth look at our area's premier medical facilities!

 

Monday thru Friday's @ 7:45am, 12:30pm,4:45pm

 

* Hospice of Michigan

* Tawas Village, East Tawas

* Progress Physical Therapy

* Bortz Health Care,Tawas, W. Branch

* Hospice of Healping Hands,W. Branch

* Michigan Blood

* Sunrise Side Home Health Care, NE Mi.

* Hear USA, Tawas City & West Branch

* Tendercare Health ReHab Center, Tawas

* Intellicare Health Services, Standish

* Hospice Advantage

* Sherman Glenn Assisted Living

* St Joseph Health System

 

 

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