The Rural Health Clinic will offer a Flu Shot Clinic on Fridays from 9:00am-4:00pm.
The focal point of the Festival of Trees is the display of spectacular holiday trees, baskets, and more, designed by businesses, artists, individuals, and community groups. These beautiful trees, which will be on display all week, will be raffled off on Sunday, December 8th, at 4 pm along with other prizes. The Festival of
The Naubinway Clinic will open on Monday September 23rd. Patients can now call for appointments to see Dr. Jeff Bomber and Tracey Marino, NP-C. To schedule an appointment please call our scheduling office: 906-341-1888. The following services will be offered through the clinic with more to come: Family Practice Visits Annual Wellness Exams For All
Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital Rural Health Clinic conducts baseline concussion testing In recent years, there has been a significant amount of research performed concerning sports-related concussions in high school student-athletes. Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital is committed to the health and safety of the student-athletes, and has partnered with Manistique Area Schools Booster Club and St. Francis de
Effective immediately, as a result of increasing cases of the flu and norovirus, Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital is limiting patient visitors to immediate adult family members only.
Potential visitors who are not feeling well or have cold/flu-like symptoms are asked to refrain from visiting loved-ones at the hospital.
Please practice proper hand-washing procedures before and after your visit to the hospital.
This restriction will be in place until further notice.
Join us Saturday September 14th from 8:30am – 1:00pm for a Community Wide Health Fair, held at Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital. Fun for the entire family! Southtown Café will be open for breakfast and lunch. Health Checks and giveaways from a variety of vendors. There will be several community information booths, art vendors and a children’s
What is a Medicare Wellness Visit and why should I get one? Medicare has been providing health care coverage to seniors and people with disabilities for over 50 years. In the past, Medicare only paid for care aimed at treating diseases or medical problems, with very little coverage for services
Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital is prepared for the new legislation changes taking effect on June 1st, 2018 in Michigan. State and federal government are acting to reduce improper prescribing of prescription drugs. The changes include: A patient’s history of prescriptions must
Protect Yourself & Those Around You! The Rural Health Clinic will be offering a Flu Vaccine Clinic on Friday from 9:00am-4:00pm. No appointment is required. For more information contact the Rural Health Clinic at 906-341-2153. Attention Visitors: As a precautionary measure only – Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital is asking that patient visitors please refrain from