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Blog: A Scheurer Thing

Welcome to our blog, A Scheurer Thing; it's one of the fastest ways to stay connected with all things Scheurer-related. Check back often for news, health tips, resources, fitness trends, and updates from the family medicine professionals here at the Scheurer organization. We proudly serve patients throughout Bad Axe, Caseville, Elkton, Pigeon, Sebewaing, and the surrounding MI areas. As we continue to roll out our new website, A Scheurer Thing will continue to become more robust and the location for the latest news and videos.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month


Carissa Hayes // Country Gardens

Carissa Hayes, Manager of Country Gardens Assisted Living, has a long connection to the Scheurer organization. As a third-generation employee, Carissa always knew where she wanted her career to continue. With her, she brings a wealth of understanding around Senior Living communities and how to create the best living environment for our families.


Dwight Gascho Leadership Award // Laurie Polega

As part of the Scheurer Foundation, the Dwight Gascho Leadership Fund was established to support further education, leadership development and also to recognize Scheurer employees who have gone above and beyond their official duties.


MSU Neighborhood Nurses

Michigan State University's College of Nursing started a blog called "Neighborhood Nurses." It's a blog that highlights alumni Spartan nurses that returned to the place they have called "home" for all or most of their lives after college.


Register Your Golf Team Today!

The 30th annual Scheurer Auxiliary Golf Outing is back and stronger than ever! Join us Friday, August 27, 2021 at Scenic Golf & Country Club for 18 holes of golf, dinner, games, raffles and a whole bunch of fun.

4-Person Teams // $75 per player ($300 a team)

Golf Scramble // 9am shotgun start

Download your registration form here!

School Wellness Clinics

What was it like to provide medical care to three school districts during a worldwide pandemic? Let's just say that there weren't many slow days.

A Journey to Wellness

The Legacy of Ralph Wilson

It Takes A Village

A look back at the positive outcomes from COVID-19


Meet Dan Drake, MD

Born and raised, this Thumb doctor is home, at last. Click the button to read his story!