Cartoon of masked visitors entering a hospital buildingATTENTION: New Visitor Restrictions 

For the health and safety of all, MidMichigan Health is temporarily limiting access to its facilities to only patients, identified and approved support persons, staff and essential vendors. As with current practice, those entering a MidMichigan facility must first screen negative for symptoms of respiratory infection, and wear a mask for the duration of their stay.

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Taking Care of Your Mental Health

Photo of a women feeling lonely.Taking care of your mental health has never been more important, as concerns continue surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. In the midst of all that’s going on, it’s normal to feel anxious, overwhelmed and depressed. There are several things you can do to ensure you are taking care of yourself, both physically and mentally, during this time.

  • limit social media
  • eat well-balanced meals
  • get a good nights sleep
  • exercise
  • limit alcohol intake

If you are in need of additional support, start by making an appointment with your primary care provider.

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Heart and Vascular Center Now Open

After three years of construction, MidMichigan Health's new Heart and Vascular Center is now complete. The 170,700-square-foot Center consolidates all of MidMichigan Medical Center – Midland’s heart and vascular physician offices and specialty clinics. It also houses cardiopulmonary rehabilitation services and provides streamlined access to cardiovascular testing, as well as interventional and surgical heart and vascular services. This state-of-the-art Center was specifically designed to provide coordinated holistic care in a calm, healing environment.

Learn more about this unique facility indoor healing gardens, areas for quiet reflection, and an atrium-style lobby.

Heart and Vascular Center

Celebrating 100,000 Virtual Visits and Counting

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Staff, patients and visitors wear masks in
our facilities.

We've delivered more than 100,000 virtual visits since the inception of our virtual care program in 2016, saving more than 1.5 million miles of travel for our patients. Virtual care combines technology and human interaction to help you get the care you need, when and where you need it.

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Urgent Care Wait Times

If you have COVID-19 symptoms please call before coming to Urgent Care so we may safely care for you. Or call your primary care provider to schedule a video visit.

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My Go-To Place for Orthopedic Care

Midland resident John Warren shares why MidMichigan Health is his go-to place for orthopedic care. Over time, the pain in his ankle started getting in the way of his active lifestyle. After trying a couple of bracing options, Warren and his Orthopedic Surgeon Kent Biddinger decided that a total ankle replacement was the best course of treatment. Today, he's able to golf, travel and enjoy the activities he loves most. According to Warren, his whole experience was wonderful and he couldn't be happier with the results! For more information on orthopedic services at MidMichigan Health, visit www.midmichigan.org/ortho.

Meet Our Physicians

Invasive Cardiologist
Daniel Harber, D.O.

Non-Surgical Sports Medicine Specialist
AJ Pinney, D.O.

The Importance of Maintaining Good Bone Health

MidMichigan Health Bone Health Specialist Sarah VanSumeren, P.A.-C., discusses the importance of maintaining healthy bones. In addition to providing bone health tips, Sarah reviews the causes and risk factors of osteoporosis and discusses steps you can take to prevent it. More information about MidMichigan Health’s Bone Health Clinic can be found at www.midmichigan.org/bonehealth or by calling (989) 794-5200.