Recognizing National Stroke Awareness Month

Photo of Stroke Risk Assement Icon.On average, every 40 seconds, someone in the United States has a stroke. The chances of having a stroke increase as you get older. In fact, your risk of stroke doubles every 10 years after the age of 55. This free assessment take less than 5 minutes and will evaluate your long-term risk for stroke based on factors like age, BMI, smoking status, cholesterol, exercise minutes, family history, diabetes and high blood pressure. The tool is designed to help educate you about your personal risk for stroke and provide you with things you can do to mitigate your risk.

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Masks Still Required in Healthcare Facilities

Emoji wearing a mask and giving a thumbs upThe recently updated CDC and MDHHS masking requirements specifically excludes 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 face covering while in our facilities. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

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How to Get Your COVID Vaccine

Orange Sticker with text 'I got my COVID vaccine.'People ages 12 and older are currently eligible to receive the COVID Vaccine. Protect yourself and those you love by calling your primary care provider or our COVID Hotline to schedule your appointment today.

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Urgent Care Wait Times

If you have COVID-19 symptoms please call ahead 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 Weight Management

Like so many other people, Tracy Krick was getting tired of trying one fad diet after another, only to lose a bit of weight and then gain it back a short time later. Not only were her overall energy levels and drive decreasing, her blood pressure was steadily increasing. Since having a sleeve gastrectomy in July 2020, Krick has not only lost 80 pounds, but she no longer has to take blood pressure medicine and has a new outlook on life. Vist MidMichigan's Surgical Weight Management Program for more information.

Meet Our Providers

Pain Medicine Specialist
Schuyler Rogg, M.D., M.B.A.


Orthopedic Surgeon
Cynthia Rubert, M.D.


Family Medicine Physician
Remnant Mwanahiba, M.D.

Heart Valves: What Are They and What Are They Good For?

Interventional Cardiologist and Structural Heart Specialist Omar Ali, M.D., reviews the purpose of heart valves, types of valve disorders, and how these disorders are detected and diagnosed. Learn more at www.midmichigan.org/heartvalveclinic.