Raechel Coombs, DO

Raechel Coombs, DO
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130 N Sherman St
Leslie, MI 49251
(517) 589-5071
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Crossing a busy street requires calculations too complex for kids younger than 14, a new study finds. twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Crossing a busy street requires calculations too complex for kids younger than 14, a new study finds.
In simulated experiments, the task was too tough for children younger than 14

In 2013, Carol Thompson was diagnosed with stage 2 Hodgkin lymphoma, a cancer that develops from cells in the lymphatic system, which is part of the body’s immune system. It was shocking news for an active business woman, wife, mother and grandmother, but Carol knew exactly what she would need to get through her cancer experience. “I wanted to be known, not treated like one of many anonymous patients. I wanted a personal connection with my doctor, and that’s why I chose Henry Ford Allegiance Health,” she said. For many years, Carol and her husband owned and operated I’ve Been Framed, a picture-framing and Fair Trade gift store in Jackson. (Ownership was recently transferred to Carol’s daughter, Aimee Bozinoff.) When Carol began experiencing what she thought were symptoms of bronchitis, she chalked it up to being a little run down, and she made an appointment with her primary care physician. Results of the chest X-ray he ordered were concerning, and he recommended that Carol see a cancer specialist. Carol asked to be referred to medical oncologist JoAnn Hirth, MD, who had treated both of her parents in the past. Dr. Hirth immediately suspected Hodgkin lymphoma. “I get emotional talking about Dr. Hirth,” Carol said. “She was genuinely concerned, not just about my health, but about my emotions, my life and my family. That was just the kind of care I was looking for.” A biopsy confirmed Carol’s Hodgkin lymphoma, a type of cancer that has a high recovery rate if treated early. Her oncology team was determined to get Carol into treatment quickly. Dr. Hirth recommended that Carol receive eight rounds of chemotherapy, one per month. After Carol’s eighth chemotherapy session, the doctors found her cancer to be in remission, and a recent biopsy of the area surrounding her lungs showed that Carol is three years cancer-free. “I am blessed beyond words,” Carol said. “I am so thankful to be healthy and strong enough to keep up with a busy life that hasn’t really slowed down with my retirement. I know that God is ultimately responsible for my recovery, but he had a lot of help from some amazing people at Henry Ford Allegiance Health. I can’t imagine going anywhere else for my cancer care.”

Let's talk about 10 #Cancer fatigue-fighting tips. allegiancehealth.org/blog/cancer/fa…

Let's talk about 10 #Cancer fatigue-fighting tips.
The fatigue that comes with many forms of cancer treatment can leave you without energy to complete everyday activities, but there are ways to help...

Much of their work is done behind the scenes, which is why we want to give a big thanks for all the hard work our #laboratory teams put in each day. Our medical laboratorians help to save lives by accurately assisting with patient diagnosis by using their specialized set of skills.

The loss of an infant through miscarriage, stillbirth or neonatal death is a traumatic life event that leaves parents to face an intense grieving process. The caring staff at Henry Ford Allegiance Health is here to support mothers, fathers and families at a most painful and vulnerable time. Nurses from the Henry Ford Allegiance Perinatal Bereavement Program and the Labor and Delivery department reach out to parents in a number of ways that recognize the importance of the life lost. “Regardless of the age or size of the infant, we want to make sure she or he is treated with respect and dignity,” said Perinatal Bereavement Coordinator Joy Sterret, RN. “We encourage the family to hold their baby and create tangible memories with them.” Special services for parents include taking photographs of their baby, along with foot prints and foot molds. Parents are given personal memorial boxes, burial gowns handmade from donated wedding dresses, and hats and booties made by the Volunteers of Henry Ford Allegiance Health. Parents and siblings receive teddy bears in memory of their baby. Grief support is provided to the families at no cost. In 2015, Henry Ford Allegiance Health joined with the non-profit organization Angels Above Baby Gowns to sponsor a community-wide wedding dress drive. More than 215 wedding gowns were donated to the hospital in just four hours, making it the biggest drive Angels Above had participated in. From these donated dresses, more than 1,000 infant burial gowns were sewn.

Our two new hyperbaric oxygen chambers treat patients with chronic wounds and hard-to-heal bone issues. twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind. ~ Dr. twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Hand Surgeon Michelle Aubin, MD, moved from Manhattan to join Henry Ford Allegiance Orthopedics. Meet Dr. Aubin. wearehere.henryfordallegiance.com/michelle-aubin…