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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Now Open: MyMichigan Urgent Care Alpena

MyMichigan Urgent Care AlpenaMyMichigan Urgent Care Alpena is the place to go for minor illnesses and injuries when your regular doctor is not available. Now open 7 days a week at 393 Long Rapids Road for urgent care and occupational health.

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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. 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. This includes settings where we are providing Hospice or Home Care. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

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If you have COVID-19 symptoms please call ahead so we may safely care for you, or schedule a video visit with your primary care provider or VirtualEZCare. See Ways to Reduce Your Wait when Urgent Cares are full.

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My Go-To Place for Innovative Pain Treatment

Avid weightlifter Jack Miller has full confidence in his shoulders when lifting weights and driving his truck after undergoing platelet rich plasma (PRP) treatment at MyMichigan Health's WellSport Program. Four weeks after the procedure he regained 50 percent of motion back in his shoulders and by eight weeks he was 100 percent back to normal with no pain. Read Jack'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.