Memorial Healthcare

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Memorial Healthcare is a 150-bed facility with a medical staff of over 170 providers. With more than 1,000 employees, Memorial Healthcare is the largest employer in Shiawassee County. Our people are our most valuable resource. Their dedication to caring and high-tech knowledge are what differentiate us from all other health systems in the region...

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