Influenza Hits Chequamegon Bay

If you didn’t already know it, Northlanders, the flu and influenza season is here. We recently started seeing an increasing numbers of patients in our ER and Urgent Care Departments at Memorial Medical Center with Influenza… Read More ⇒

MMC’s Diabetes Education Program Celebrates 20+ Years of American Diabetes Association Recognition

Memorial Medical Center’s diabetes self-management education program has been awarded continued Recognition from the American Diabetes Association. This program offers high-quality education services to the patients it serves and has been certified since 1997. Of the… Read More ⇒

Salt Free Seasoning

Recipe Corner Salt-Free beef or lamb rub   1 tsp paprika 1 ½ tsp thyme 1 ½ tsp basil ¾ tsp cumin 2 tbsp curry powder Salt is an inexpensive stabilizer, preservative, and binder within foods… Read More ⇒

Giving Back

Darci DeWitt loves getting involved. A former bank vice-president in Hayward, DeWitt enjoyed volunteering her time and energy to the Hayward Chamber of Commerce. This changed a few years back when DeWitt transitioned from working full-time… Read More ⇒

MMC Physical Therapy now offering dry needling

Physical Therapy of Memorial Medical Center is expanding its treatment options by now offering dry needling. Dry needling is used to treat pain and dysfunction caused by muscle problems, headaches and some nerve problems. Dry needling… Read More ⇒

MMC to Provide Podiatry Services

Outpatient Services of Memorial Medical Center (MMC) will provide bi-monthly podiatry services starting in December. Dr. David Wood of Aspirus Ironwood will be traveling to Ashland the second and fourth Wednesday of each month to provide… Read More ⇒

Living in Recovery

For much of her adult life, Cindy has struggled with anxiety and depression. She often suffered silently but this changed after her family feared for her safety in 2015. Soon after, Cindy sought help from the… Read More ⇒

Lowell Miller Recognized for Role in Regional Wellness Fund

When it comes to making an impact in the Chequamegon Bay region, Lowell Miller is often referenced. The two-time mayor and former president of Memorial Medical Center has dedicated much of his life to improving the… Read More ⇒

Singing thru Allergy Season

When Jack Gunderson followed his passion for performing to the heart of Chequamegon Bay, he didn’t know the great outdoors might cause him problems. “It turns out I’m allergic to 7 types of mold, dogs, cats,… Read More ⇒

Marijuana and the Teenager

Submitted by Sandy Principe, Behavioral Health Services of Memorial Medical Center With the possibility of marijuana becoming legal in many states and the fact that it’s already legal in some, too many people seem to have… Read More ⇒