COVID-19 Updates for Providers

This page contains information regarding protocols and resources for providers across Munson Healthcare in regards to COVID-19. 

Click here for MHC Viral Case Data
MHC Visitor Restrictions 
COVID-19 Hotline for the Public: 231-935-0951

Latest Information 


Provider Forums: If you are unable to attend the live webinar, you can click here to watch the recording. All forums stream live from 12:30 pm - 1:00 pm. 

Upcoming Forums: Please use this link to register for provider forums through March 2021

  • Monday, March 1, 2021 - Faculty/Topic: TBD
  • Wednesday, March 3, 2021 - Updates from ID and Pharmacy 
    • Christopher Ledtke, MD; Infectious Disease, Munson Healthcare
    • Nick Torney, PharmD, BCPS; Clinical Pharmacist, Infectious Disease, Munson Medical Center
    • Laura Glenn; President, Ambulatory Services & Value Based Care, Munson Healthcare
MHA Webinars
  • No future webinars at this time

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COVID-19 Testing Information


COVID-19 Vaccine


Information for Practices

 

 

 

 


K-12 School and Sports Guide 


Communications and Provider Resources

 

 

Health Organizations

Local Health Departments    State-Wide and Global Websites   

 


Michigan Healthcare Systems Issue Joint Statement on COVID-19 Policies

The Michigan Health and Hospital Association (MHA) has released a joint statement by physician leaders of hospitals and healthcare systems throughout Michigan. The letter includes 28 signatures that represent 110 of Michigan’s 137 hospitals, including Munson Healthcare Chief Medical Officer Dr. Christine Nefcy. The statement makes it clear that, regardless of state law, executive orders or local public health directives, hospitals and healthcare systems across the state are standing as a united front in our policies and interventions that will help fight the spread of COVID-19. It also emphasizes that the recent jump in COVID-19 cases across Michigan puts our entire healthcare system at risk of another capacity crisis and asks the public to join us in taking the necessary steps to prevent the spread of this deadly disease.