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MARCH 2019
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UPHS-Bell Welcomes Atkinson
ISHPEMING — UP Health System-Bell recently welcomed obste- trician-gynecologist Dr. Andrew Atkinson to the UPHS-Bell Women’s Health staff.
Atkinson earned his bachelor’s of sci- ence at the University of Detroit- Mercy before completing medical school at the Saba University School of Medicine. He finished his OB/GYN residency at Rutgers University/Jersey Shore University Medical Center, according to a press release from the hospital.
“WeareexcitedtohaveDr.Atkinson join our women’s health team,” Mitch Leckelt, CEO of UP Health System- Bell, said in the release. “He has extensive experience and will provide the residents of the Central Upper Peninsula with access to our premier women’s health services.”
As a native Michigander, Atkinson has fond memories of the Upper Peninsula. Now, with a family of his own, he looks forward to having sim- ilar enjoyable experiences with his kids.
“I was born and raised in lower Michigan,” Atkinson said. “I spent a lot of time in the U.P. growing up, and it’s a place that I have never for- gotten. Since medical school, I’ve been away from Michigan, and now thatIhaveafamilyofmyown,Iwant my kids to have the same experiences that I did.”
Recently, Atkinson was an OB/GYN attending physician at the Soyah Health/Danville Regional Medical Center, prior to working as an attend-
ing physician at the Patrick County Prison. He also worked as a Registered Nurse at Sinai Grace Hospital/Detroit Receiving at Wayne State University.
“All of my patients are very impor- tant to me, and no one is treated dif- ferently,” Atkinson said. “Helping someone who is struggling is the most compelling role as a medical provider, as well as bringing new life into this world and building long-term trust and friendships with my patients and surrounding community.”
Atkinson earned Excellence in Surgery recognition from The Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons. He also received an award of Excellence for Pelvic Reconstruction Surgery, took first place in the Resident Research Day at Rutgers University and earned the Society of Maternal Fetal Medicine Award.
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Red Rose Security & Development
The Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a ribbon- cutting for new member Red Rose Security & Development, an agency that specializes in web design and computer
services for businesses, entrepre- neurs and individuals. Some exam- ples of the services they provide include cus- tom web design, web security, web hosting, copywriting, branding, tech sup- port, script automation, s e r v e r administra- tion and diagnostic services. RRSD was founded in
October by Mandee Rose of Kingsford, and her fiancé, Jakub Cerveny. For more information, con- tact or call 219-351-0651.
Extraordinary Interiors: Business Offers Floral Designs, Home
IRON MOUNTAIN — “If you love your job,” Betzy Douglas main- tains, “it really isn’t work.”
In 1987, Douglas and her husband, Larry, opened Perennial Gardens at 101 E. Ludington St. as a floral and home decor gift store.
About five years ago, they changed the name to Extraordinary Interiors of Iron Mountain.
Extraordinary Interiors handles a variety of lines of upholstered and wood furniture, solid wood dining, and accent furniture and contempo- rary wall art. “It’s all American made; it’s a lifetime warranty on the con- struction,” Douglas said.
Seven showrooms, on two levels, allows plenty of room to stock furni- ture and items such as lamps, pic- tures, shelves, silk flowers, jewelry, specialty foods and arrangements made in-house. “We are full florists, and we help people design rooms. We give suggestions on paint colors and how to arrange furniture and what pictures they should hang,” Douglas said.
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