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MidMichigan Health announced today the death of a patient who was confirmed to have coronavirus (COVID-19).
To keep our communities safe and help slow the spread of COVID-19, MidMichigan Health is requesting the public in need of in-person medical services to arrive to MidMichigan facilities with cloth face coverings, Learn more.
MidMichigan Healthh physician offices and outpatient centers implement changes for patient safety, during COVID-19 crisis.
Dr. Lydia Watson, chief medical officer, with MidMichigan Health talks about how the community can support the Health Systema nd how to stay safe during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Development Council of the MidMichigan Health Foundation serving Alpena is offering scholarships for second-year students enrolled in the field of health care. Apply today!
A reminder to take care of your mental health, now more than ever. Support our seniors, and each other, in any way we can. Reach out to family, friends and neighbors with a phone call, a text message with encouraging words, a card or letter.
During this difficult time, MidMichigan Health reminds you to take care of your mental health. View for tips and resources.
As part of its emergency preparedness plan, MidMichigan Health is currently identifying qualified people who may be willing to work for MidMichigan Health on a temporary basis if staff shortages occur due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
To reduce illness exposure & support community members seeking COVID-19 testing, MidMichigan Health has launched Virtual Health Clinic, Ambulatory Testing Centers. Learn more.
MidMichigan Medical Center – Midland was notified by the Midland County Health Department that one of its physicians tested positive for COVID-19. The physician is quarantined at home. Information will be provided to those who may have had contact with the physician on how to monitor for symptoms and take necessary precautions to minimize the exposure to others.
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