Personal Health Services:
  • Both telephone visits and home visiting services are available for MIHP, Children’s Special Health Care Services, Healthy Families, and Healthy Futures. The majority of services are still over the phone, and all services are evaluated on a case by case basis.

  • Communicable Disease services will still be provided.

  • Immunizations are available by appointment only with priority for urgent needs and children behind in their vaccine schedule.

  • TB testing and other routine immunizations are being scheduled as clinic time allows.

  • For all clinical in office services

    • Please call our offices for an appointment in advance

    • Clients will be required to screened for illness and wear a mask or facial covering to the appointment.

  • Lead testing and other lab related services (dental, hemoglobin, etc.) and home visits are not being offered at this time.

  • WIC Program services:

    • No in-person WIC appointments; however, no one will go without food benefits.

    • New clients and all certifications/recertifications are available through phone appointments.

    • Current WIC clients will have benefits renewed by staff

  • WIC Breastfeeding Peer Counseling services are available through phone appointment, the warmline and in person in office as needed with appointment.

Health Promotion Services:
  • Family Planning Services (birth control and STD treatment) are being offered by appointment only. 

  • Routine HIV and STD testing is being offered by appointment on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday beginning June 1st. Emergency testing is available by appointment.

  • HIV Case Management and Partner Notification Services will be completed through telephone appointments.

  • Hearing and Vision Screening services are not being offered at this time.

Environmental Health Services

Environmental Health services are modified to protect our community.  

  • Services that take place indoors are modified to observe ALL protective measures recommended by CDC. Service may not be available if CDC recommendations are not followed. 

  • For your safety and safety of staff, we ask that you observe recommended face mask use and social distancing when EH staff are working in the community.

  • Staff are scheduling and conducting site visits for existing system evaluations, water well permits, sewage disposal permits, and other inspection activities. All work will be conducted outside to the maximum extent possible.

  • Time of Transfer reports from certified inspectors are still being reviewed, follow-ups conducted, and authorizations issued as needed.  

  • If you need Environmental Health services please call your local office, use email, and mail. The environmental health offices remain closed to the public without an appointment and prior screening.

For questions, or to make appointments for services that are still being offered, please call your local health department branch office.

 

Arenac:  989-846-6541

Gladwin:  989-426-9431

Osceola:  231-832-5532

Clare:  989-539-6731

Isabella:  989-773-5921

Roscommon:  989-366-9166

 

Information about Coronavirus (COVID-19) can be found on our Coronavirus Information Page.

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The mission of the Central Michigan District Health Department is to promote health & physical well-being by providing preventive health care, education, & environmental safety to all members of the community.

The vision of the Central Michigan District Health Department is to become recognized by the public as the local advocate in promoting, assessing and safeguarding public health and the environment.

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