Come, Enjoy a relaxing, Kentucky Derby style evening at the Gilmore Car Museum's Heritage Center! This fun-filled evening is a way to show your support for our Pennock Foundation, and is a way for our Foundation to offer a gracious thank you to each of our special Legacy Donors. Space and seating is limited, so we encourage you to rsvp as soon as possible. Ticket sales are now available online!
Pennock Health Services announces plans to build a 49-bed hospital and medical arts building (physician offices and outpatient services) on property owned by Pennock at the corner of M-37 and M-43 in Rutland Township. The schematic design phase will start in late spring of this year. Once this is complete, there are plans for community review of the project mid-summer of 2014. Following the community review, land preparation will begin around August 2014 to allow construction to commence in spring of 2015. The project is slated for completion in 2017. Get the Full FAQ's
Surgeons Remove Gallbladder through Belly Button Incision using Single-Site™ instruments on a da Vinci® Surgical System
"Neither robotic-assisted surgery nor single-incision surgery is new, but combining the two to remove the gallbladder requires additional training and special equipment," says Dr. Rappaport. "To offer this technically advanced surgery demonstrates Pennock Health's leadership in providing patients with the most minimally invasive surgical options." To learn more, visit our Robotics Page