Hospital Sees Discrimination Suits From Black, White Workers A Flint hospital is facing racial discrimination lawsuits from both black and white former workers.
Hospital Pays $65K To Settle Case Over Race-Based Care RequestA Michigan hospital has agreed to pay $65,000 to settle a lawsuit from a fourth black nurse following an accusation that it agreed to a man's request that no black nurses care for his newborn.
US Settles Race Complaint Against Flint HospitalThe federal government says it's settled a discrimination complaint against a Flint hospital following accusations that black nurses were barred from treating a white newborn.
Settlement Over Race-Based Request At Hospital Included MoneyDocuments show a Michigan hospital agreed to pay an undisclosed amount of money as part of a settlement following an accusation that it granted a man's request that no black nurses care for his newborn.
Kettering U, Hurley Join For Physician 'Scribe' ProgramScribe is an ancient word, having its roots in the occupation of making handwritten copies before the invention of printing. But Kettering University and Hurley Medical Center in Flint have fast-forwarded the word into the 21st Century technology.
High School, Transfer Students Invited to Tour Hurley Medical Center With Kettering UHurley Medical Center will co-host an open house for high school students called “Co-op Is The Best Medicine” with Kettering University on Monday, March 4, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Nurse Sues Hospital That Granted Dad's No-Blacks Demand An African-American nurse claims a Michigan hospital agreed to a white man's request that no black nurses would care for his newborn.
Flint Asthma Center Breathes New Life Into Web SiteFlint's Hurley Medical Center has rolled out a new Web site to match the efforts of its Asthma Disease Managers, who go to health fairs, schools, churches and synagogues, doctors' offices, and community centers to teach people how to control, and prevent, asthma.
Sec. Of State Introduces License Plate To Benefit Organ DonationsThe proposed plate, which would require legislative approval, was on display Monday while Johnson was at Hurley Medical Center.