Tag: Supportive Services

Tackling the Opioid Epidemic with Medication-Assisted Treatment

August 2019

Article published by Concentrate on August 7, 2019. Emily Benda is a freelance writer based in Ann Arbor. All photos by Doug Coombe. Of the 32,000 patient visits logged annually at Packard Health's three Washtenaw County locations, nearly 1,000 so far this year have been related to the clinic's medication-assisted treatment (MAT) program for opioid

Gift for Good Health from First Congregational Church of Ann Arbor

February 2019

Heartfelt thanks to the The First Congregational Church of Ann Arbor for a grant award to purchase home blood pressure monitors for low income, at risk patients, as well as oral nutritional supplements for our homeless and cancer patients. Patients who receive a monitor will also receive 1:1 counseling by our Chronic Disease Care Manager,

A2 Marathon & Packard Health

December 2018

We're excited to say ... Packard Health has been selected as a featured charity in the Probility Ann Arbor Marathon on Sunday March 24, 2019. Staff, board members and friends are joining the event action. Hats off and a jump for joy to Epic Races for this opportunity to share Packard's vision of health care

Packard Health patient advocates

June 2016

Connecting with Caring Packard Health Patient Advocates Food, a bed, help with an electric bill, health insurance - for some patients, the path to optimal health is complicated. Four problem-solvers are on the job. Meet our patient advocates, Haidar Al-Mohammad, Molli Morgan, Cynthia Fretter, and Katie Marquez.  From their tiny offices at each Packard Health location