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SAVE THE DATE: June 6-9, Spring Management Conference
Boyne Highlands
Exhibitor Registration Packet

Attendee Registration materials coming soon.

 

February edition of The Compass is now available.


Deadline is March 1 for MCMCFC scholarship applications through Grand Traverse Regional Community Foundation

mcmcmfc-logoApplications are now being taken for the 2016 MCMCFC Scholarships. Applicants need to act fast, though, because the deadline this year is March 1, 2016.

Those eligible to apply:

  • Must be employed for at least one continuous year at an MCMCFC member facility or be the spouse or child of an employee
  • Must be enrolled in a college or university in the state of Michigan
  • Must be majoring in a health/human services field of study, at a junior level with at least a 3.0 GPA or accepted into a certified nursing program

To apply, visit the Grand Traverse Regional Community Foundation's website. Winners will be announced in late spring.

 

 2015-16 MCMCFC board members

MCMCFC swears in 2015-16 Board

The council installed its new Board for 2015-16 at the 2015 Spring Management Conference at Boyne Highlands. Taking over as president from Pam Montgomery is Jayne Sabaitis (center) from Maple Lawn MCF. Sabaitis is shown here at Boyne flanked by (left to right): Tammi Lehto, vice president; Don Haney, Jennifer Morgan, Georgia Weber, Julie Porterfield and Carol Timmer. Board members not pictured are Kim Klida and Jon Look. Board members were sworn in during the membership meeting by Gary Easton.

Person and Family Centered Care

This website provides information about two entities that strive to make the highest quality nursing home care available to citizens of the state of Michigan. The goal of both entities is to keep the resident at the center of all care provided. Aplying the best clinical evidence, we will seek to achieve the highest level of person and family-centered care. Safety, quality, outcomes, building trusting relationships, and meeting the needs of the person being cared for in comfortable surroundings is what we are all about.

The two entities focused on providing this service are the county Medical Care Facilities (MCFs) which are nursing homes, located throughout the state of Michigan; and the Michigan County Medical Care Facilities Council, an organization formed to support, educate and advocate on behalf of those facilities. The majority of this site will be devoted to the facilities themselves, either individually or collectively, and to information that may assist you in becoming informed on the subject of medical/nursing home care, how it is provided and regulated, and some of the current issues in the field.

The Facilities

There are 35 Medical Care Facilities in Michigan. Medical Care Facilities serve citizens in all of Michigan’s 83 counties and are the safety net for Michigan’s most vulnerable citizens who need nursing home care regardless of their ability to pay for care. Medical Care Facilities are county-owned and operated nursing homes and, as such, many receive support from local millage and bond funding.

Medical Care Facilities offer a variety of services depending on the facility. In addition to long-term skilled nursing care, many Medical Care Facilities provide a range of programs and services, including adult day and overnight respite care, rehabilitation services, Alzheimer’s and related dementia care, rehabilitative therapy services, and independent and assisted living.

The Council

The Council represents these publicly owned and financed facilities to policy makers within the state of Michigan, and at the federal level. The Council also provides education, through conferences and other meetings, to permit Medical Care Facility administrators and staff to remain current on issues of importance.