The MSHS experience"
"Their care and compassion made dealing with a traumatic and stressful experience much easier."
"When my husband Jim was fighting leukemia and needed both blood and platelet transfusions, Mackinac Straits Hospital couldn’t have been more helpful. They did everything they could to make him comfortable while he was there, which was at least once or twice a week for four to six hours at a time. If we didn’t have the hospital here we’d have had to go to Petoskey for his treatment. Their care and compassion made dealing with a traumatic and stressful experience much easier.
- Roberta Droskie
"The oncology doctors are superb and the entire staff is caring and compassionate."
"After a bone marrow transplant at U of M, my husband Barry used the oncology infusion services at Mackinac Straits Hospital and received excellent treatment. The oncology doctors are superb and the entire staff is caring and compassionate. I fully support the new hospital and the plan to add radiation services."
". . . professional and compassionate."
"Everyone my family and I encountered at the Mackinac Straits Hospital was both professional and compassionate. It comforts me to remember my husband's last days at this small, caring hospital."
"The care she received here couldn’t have been better, and it was done in a very caring way."
"My wife Margot was a long-term care resident at the Mackinac Straits Hospital and Health Center for nearly 14 years. Initially there was no room available here and she was supposed to go to a facility in Petoskey. I couldn’t have been with her as much there, and I truly believe she would not have lived nearly as long. The care she received here couldn’t have been better, and it was done in a very caring way. The housekeeping and maintenance staff also do a fantastic job. The care was just wonderful. I appreciate it very much."
-Pastor Wayne Foote