Building the Future of Health Care
"I greatly care about northern Michigan, its residents, and our Petoskey Plastics' associates," said Paul Keiswetter, who spent summers here before becoming a permanent resident more than 50 years ago.
"Having access to world class medical services, alongside the natural beauty of our area, offers retired, resorting, or working individuals a rare opportunity for an exceptional standard of living," said Paul.
Paul and Melissa Keiswetters chose to live and run a business in Petoskey because of the cultural vibrancy, natural environment, and sense of community - qualities they still value today. Through their business, they have been able to contribute economic vitality and employment opportunities to our region. Through their philanthropy and volunteerism, they want to ensure that our area has phenomenal health care.
"I'm Building the Future of Health Care to offer the citizens of northern Michigan the most advanced opportunity for living a healthy, quality life," said Melissa.
Paul and Melissa Keiswetter
Owners, Petoskey Plastics
In the News
State awards $1 million building project grant to McLaren Northern Michigan
Petoskey News Review | March 29, 2019
Last week, the state of Michigan awarded McLaren Northern Michigan a $1 million grant in support of the hospital's ongoing "Building the Future of Health Care" expansion and renovation project at the Petoskey hospital.
Taking shape: McLaren Northern Michigan renovation, expansion on track
Petoskey News Review | Jan 29,2019
Its moniker is "building the future of health care," and so far the McLaren Northern Michigan expansion and renovation project is on track as scheduled.
Top local news story of 2018: McLaren kicks off expansion project
Petoskey News Review | Dec 31, 2018
Jim Offield has always believed McLaren Northern Michigan is part of his family's genes.
"My grandfather was on the board of directors here," Offield said.
Investing in community's health
Harbor Light | June 28, 2017
The natural beauty of northern Michigan has long be complimented by passionate philanthropy. From protecting wild spaces to providing critical services, the giving that happens locally brings added layers of wonder to this place. Added layers of well-being too, when talking about the health care the local regional hospital, McLaren Northern Michigan, delivers on a daily basis.