A Message From Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital Hospital
Dear Valued Patient,
During the COVID-19 crisis, we are still offering health services at the Hospital and Rural Health Clinic. W e are following the Executive Order set by the State of Michigan mandating mask usage for all patients and visitors upon entry unless they meet an exception.

Patients can be assured that we are taking all necessary precautions to mitigate the risks of COVID-19 in our community.  In light of the Upper Peninsula Region's current medium high risk level, f ull visitor restrictions are now in effect. Please continue to practice social distancing when possible, wear your mask and wash your hands. Keep yourself educated on the latest information and seek testing if you have symptoms of COVID-19. Please call our Triage Nurse for more information. 

We are encouraging all patients to set up their Patient Portal accounts. The portal allows patients to view and request upcoming appointments. Patients can access their medical record, view lab results, pay their medical bills and update personal information. Patients can communicate with their family practice providers and request medication refills using the HealtheLife patient portal.
If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to contact our hospital or clinic. We will continue to use newsletters, our website, and social media to update you as the situation unfolds. Please share this information with your friends and family.

Paul Bunyan is #MaskedInManistique! Do your part to protect our community and those around you. Wear a mask and maintain 6ft of distance in public places. Head down to the Schoolcraft Tourism & Commerce Welcome Center for a selfie, or tag a photo of your own face mask using #MaskedInManistique.
Community Updates - July 2020
As Michigan goes forward, we need to stay careful so we can stay ahead of COVID-19.
The MI Safe Start Plan outlines how the government of Michigan is re-engaging the economy while keeping our communities safe. Learn how at Michigan.gov/Coronavirus.
The Behavioral Health Team is relocating on August 10th to 101 Walnut Street in Manistique.
Julie Hardy, Janet Pratt and Lisa Tatrow from our Rural Health Clinic Behavioral Health Team will move to the 101 Walnut St. location for outpatient behavioral health services.

To schedule an appointment call
906-341-2153 EXT 1.

Outpatient Behavioral Health Services Include:

  • Psychiatric Evaluation & Treatment
  • Mental Health & Substance Use Disorder Services for Individuals Aged 5 & Above
  • Medication assisted treatment using Vivitrol /Naltrexone
*NEW* Check In Station!
Using the touch screen, enter the following:

Your First Name & First Initial of Last Name (Example: John D)

  1. Enter your information at the check in station by the greeter's desk
  2. Please take a seat in the waiting area
  3. Your name will appear on the screen above the Registration Offices
  4. You can view your position in line on the screen at all times
  5. An admitting clerk will call out the name you entered on the screen when it is your turn

This new system will alleviate confusion on who is next to register, especially on busy days! We hope this new process improves efficiencies and your experience with us during your visit.
Patients now have access to virtual visits using the patient portal. Call now to request telehealth visits from the comfort of your home: 906-341-2153 ext 1.⁣
Please be proactive and take a few minutes to join your patient portal so your account is ready for your next visit. Your patient portal allows you to:⁣
✅Have virtual appointments with your Primary Care Provider⁣
✅View your lab results⁣
✅View and request appointments⁣
✅Request medication renewals and refills⁣
✅Send messages to your Primary Care Provider⁣
.… and so much more⁣
Resources & Support
COVID-19 testing is available at Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital. If deemed necessary by a provider, patients are given an appointment time for drive up testing. Results are being returned within 48 hours.
Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus.

According to the CDC, People with these symptoms may have COVID-19:
  • Fever or chills
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea

Triage nurses are available during regular business hours to evaluate patients over the phone and schedule testing if deemed necessary.

📞  906-341-3200 EXT 1837
Visit Our Naubinway Rural Health Clinic
Nabinway Rural Health Clinic is open 5x per week! Walk Ins are welcome and home visiting services are available.

Location: w11650 US Highway 2, Naubinway, MI, 49762 | Google Maps

Some of the services offered include:
✅ Family Practice Visits
✅ Annual Wellness Exams For All Ages
✅ Same Day Appointments
✅Walk Ins for Acute Care (common illnesses, minor injuries)
✅ CDL Physicals
+ more to come!

Please call 906-341-2153 EXT 1 to schedule an appointment.
Driver Medical Fitness for Duty
For commercial vehicle drivers, the most important safety feature is YOU - the driver! Each time you turn the key, you are responsible for your own safety, as well as the safety of all the people who share the road with you. The physical examination you take for your medical certificate confirms that you are healthy enough to safely perform the demanding job of a CMV driver.

CDL Physicals available at the Naubinway Rural Health Clinic

Call us to schedule your physical exam!

Green Bay Oncology Partnership

Stay close to home for chemotherapy treatments and benefit from Green Bay Oncology’s unwavering drive and unmatched expertise at Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital. Green Bay Oncology specialists will be treating both adult Oncology and Hematology patients every Wednesday.

New patient consultations can be scheduled by calling Green Bay Oncology at
Voted SHP Best Home Health
Patient Satisfaction 2019 Winner
Schoolcraft Memorial Homecare and Hospice recently received Strategic Healthcare Programs’ (SHP) Best Superior Performer award for achieving an overall patient satisfaction score that ranked in the top 20% of all clients in 2019; scoring above the national average for each benchmark.

The annual SHP Best program was developed to recognize home health agencies across the country that consistently provide high-quality service to their patients.

Thank you for the recognition. Schoolcraft Memorial HomeCare and Hospice has been providing exceptional service and dedicated healthcare for over 20 years.
Upcoming Events
Date: Aug 12th, 2020
Time: 1:00pm - 5:15pm
Location: Hiawatha Township Hall
1595N State Highway M149, Manistique, MI
Call for Appointment: 906-341-7578
Walk Ins Welcome. Bring Photo I.D.
Date: July 29th, 2020
Time: 10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Southtown Drive Entrance
Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital Garage, Manistique, MI
*Please wear a Face Covering
Call for Delivery: 906-341-2111
Due to heightened restrictions for indoor events and COVID-19, the Schoolcraft County Health Fair Planning Team made the difficult decision to cancel this year's Annual Health Fair.

We are working hard to make the 2021 Annual Health Fair a success! Please stay tuned for more details.
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