2020 MI AIM QI Recognition
Upper Peninsula MI AIM 2020 Quality Improvement Participation Award The Michigan Alliance for Innovation on Maternal Health awards Michigan birthing hospitals improving care for mothers and babies. Four Upper Peninsula Birthing Hospitals have received recognition for their work to implement the AIM Obstetric Hemorrhage and Sever Hypertension in Pregnancy safety
UPHCS is on Facebook!
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Marquette County Community Resource Fair Success
2021 Community Resource Fair – June 4th, 2021 The 3rd Annual Marquette County Community Resource Fair was held Friday, June 4th from 12:00-4:00 PM thanks to the incredible support of over 34 organizations to raise awareness of the amazing resources in our community. “Due to the major impact that COVID-19
UPHCS Member Hospitals Donate $25,000 to Great Lakes Recovery Centers
On behalf of its 14 member hospitals across our region, Upper Peninsula Health Care Solutions (UPHCS) has made a $25,000 donation to Great Lakes Recovery Centers (GLRC) in support of their project to expand recovery services and relocate the Men’s New Hope House. GLRC’s Men’s New Hope House is a
Introducing the New UPHCS Brand
Upper Peninsula Health Care Solutions (UPHCS) is excited to announce we will be rolling out updated branding over the coming month! Our current logo has served us well for nearly 10 years, but the time has come to modernize it and make it more reflective of the important, innovative work
Grant Funding to Support Rural Health Care Coordination for Pregnant and Postpartum Mothers in Upper Peninsula Communities
Upper Peninsula Health Care Solutions (UPHCS) was recently awarded a $747,428 competitive grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) (a division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services) to integrate health care coordination and housing assistance services for pregnant and postpartum mothers impacted by opioid misuse
Welcome Katrina Keough MPA, R.T.(R) to UPHCS
Katrina Keough is the Project Director with Upper Peninsula Health Care Solutions where she develops, leads and implements UPHCS grant project activities, provider and program outreach, education and training, and coordination of the Region 1 U.P. Perinatal Collaborative. She also functions as a liaison for statewide collaborative projects aimed at