Urgent and Emergency Care
Urgent Care - Main Switchboard: 231-547-4024
Sunday - Saturday: 10 am - 8 pm
Urgent Care is the best place to go for illnesses, injuries, or conditions that need to be treated right away, but are not life threatening. When your doctor's office is closed or an appointment is not available, Munson Healthcare Urgent Care helps you get in, get out, and feel better.
Emergency Department - Main Switchboard: 231-547-4024
The Emergency Room is staffed with emergency medicine specialists and specialty trained teams of physician assistants, nurses, and technicians that are ideal for treating life-threatening conditions.
Our hours vary. Please call for the best times to come in.
Cardiac rehab services rehabilitate the heart after a heart attack, open-heart surgery, insertion of a stent or PTCA procedure, qualified heart failure or stable angina, and qualified peripheral vascular disease.
A referral is needed for this program. If you feel you have a qualifying diagnosis, speak to your physician to obtain a referral.
Munson Healthcare Charlevoix Cardiac Rehabilitation and Wellness Program is certified by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation.
This certification proves that Charlevoix Cardiac Rehab is getting quality results that are benchmarked state-wide and nationally.
Our team of cardiac RNs and Exercise Specialists are here to support a safe cardiac recovery.
Please use front entrance.
Monday - Friday, 7 am - 5 pm (closed 1:30 - 2 pm). Closed Saturday and Sunday.
No appointment needed. Simply bring your physician’s order and insurance information. Your results will be sent to your doctor quickly. If you visit us outside of normal operating hours, we can still assist you, however, delays in service may be possible.
Monday - Friday, 8 am - 4 pm
Sundays, 7 am - 7 pm (MRI only)
Effective treatment begins with an accurate diagnosis. We have the latest technology and experienced, knowledgeable staff to conduct the tests you need to begin your return to good health. Services include:
- Bone density
- Computerized tomography (CT) scan of the abdomen, chest, extremities, head, and pelvis, and CT biopsies
- MRI (conventional and open)
- Nuclear medicine
- Ultrasound of the abdomen, aorta, breast, carotid, kidneys, pelvis/transvaginal, scrotum, soft tissue masses, thyroid. Also 3D and 4D obstetrics ultrasounds, breast biopsy and fine needle aspirations, pediatric ultrasounds, and surgical guidance procedures.
How can I obtain physical copies of my radiology records?
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