OK - Here is the roster for Scrubs, the Hurley resident-student soccer team (file photo at right). With so many varying schedules, not every player can make it to every game, so it's helpful to have as many players registered as the league allows, according to team organizers. Also, it's a mixed league, so two female players have to be on the field at all times (pretty tough if there aren't enough subs).
Chris Adams - team organizer, blogger and third-year Michigan State University-College of Human Medicine-Flint student - said if enough people sign up, there may be enough people for two teams from Hurley.
Without further ado, here are the names of those who have...Read More
Michael McCann DO, director of the Hurley Trauma Fellowship Training Program, appeared on a WNEM-TV5, Flint, news segment recently to talk about staying healthy after Mother Nature delivers a heavy snowfall.
The most important things to do, McCann said, are to dress appropriately to avoid frostbite and to tackle the shoveling in small chunks, with short resting breaks between activity. That will help to prevent heart attacks, particularly if you're age 55 and older.
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Loft apartments, new offices, college students and faculty milling about the brick streets of Flint where they'll stop in at shops and eateries ... While this already exists in downtown Flint, it could become more common, as Michigan State University-College of Human Medicine makes good on its intention to expand its medical school in the Flint area and move its graduate public health program to Flint.
Currently, its Flint Campus office is physically located on a 7th-floor wing of Hurley Medical Center, though medical students on the Flint Campus have clerkships at all three Flint-area hospitals.
In January 2013, the MSU Board of Trustees...Read More