A 40-year-old man suffers a stroke and suddenly only has the speaking ability of a toddler. The disorder is called aphasia, but patients are discovering there is a way to find the words again. FOX 2's Deena Centofanti has more on the University of Michigan Aphasia Program.
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General & Marine Hospital CEO Linda Davis recently attended a Nottawasaga Bay Stroke Recovery Association meeting in Wasaga Beach to speak to member about the future plans for the hospital and the services it offers.
Davis said the G&M's vision is to provide timely access to care and facilitate seamless care for patients within and outside the hospital.
The CEO spoke on the strategic goals for the facility, including a necessary expansion of the existing facility, more parking, and to build on improvements to staff, physician and volunteer satisfaction as well as the 'Community of Caring' concept which includes a smoke-free and environmentally-friendly hospital. With the growth of....
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