MidMichigan Health Now MyMichigan Health

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My Go-To Place has a new name. While our new name, MyMichigan Health, remains familiar, it is more reflective of who we are, where we’re going and how we serve our patients. What’s more, MyMichigan better matches our existing size and growth. We are getting bigger and better every day and are expanding our reach beyond the middle of Michigan to the middle of our patients’ hearts. We’ve evolved into a large health system now serving both the lower and upper peninsulas.

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How to Get Your COVID Vaccine

Orange Sticker with text 'I got my COVID vaccine.'People ages 5 and older are currently eligible to receive the COVID Vaccine. Protect yourself and those you love by contacting your primary care provider or a local pharmacy to schedule your appointment today.

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Honor and Remember Your Loved Ones This Holiday Season

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Family and togetherness are key themes of the holidays, which can make it difficult for those who are grieving the loss of a family member or friend. MyMichigan Home Care invites you to remember and honor those who are important to you though its annual Stars in the Gardens Event.

Your gift of $25 will light a luminary outside the Visitor Center during the Dow Gardens Christmas Walk, held December 9-11 and 16-18, 2021 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. The honorees' name will be displayed on a banner inside the gallery at the Visitor Center. A handcrafted porcelain ornament will be mailed to your loved one’s next of kin.

Funds raised will be used to support patients served by MyMichigan Home Care, including the Woodland Hospice House.

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Masks Still Required in Healthcare Facilities

Emoji wearing a mask and giving a thumbs upPer the CDC and MIOSHA recommendations masks are still required in health care settings. This means that for the health and safety of our patients, all individuals, whether fully vaccinated or not, must continue to wear a mask while in our facilities. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

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Walk-in care for minor emergencies.
If you have COVID-19 symptoms please call ahead so we may safely care for you. Or call your primary care provider to request a video visit. See Ways to Reduce Your Wait when Urgent Cares are full.

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My Go-To Place for Rehabilitation

After having already made it through two heart procedures and numerous orthopedic injuries, fighting COVID-19 was without a doubt Jay McDowell's toughest health challenge. With multiple complications and 81 days in the hospital, it was the constant care and encouragement from the RehabCentre staff at MyMichigan Medical Center Gratiot that kept him motivated and eventually allowed him to return home to his family. Read Jay's story.

Meet Our Providers

Orthopedic Surgeon
Sabin Shah, M.D.

Vascular Surgeon
Yetunde Balogun, M.D., M.P.H.

Vascular Surgeon
Jacob Frisbie, D.O.