Munson Healthcare Little Traverse Primary Care
Little Traverse Primary Care joined Munson Healthcare on January 1, 2022.
This partnership provides you with a variety of specialty care and services, including world class heart and vascular care, an outstanding regional cancer network, comprehensive stroke care, and more.
Our name may have changed, but our commitment to community health and high-quality care remains the same. Virtual visits and same-day appointments are available.
We are accepting new patients!
Munson Healthcare Little Traverse Primary Care provides quality medical care for the whole family. Our mission statement is simple: “We will care for your family as we would care for our own.” We value the entire TEAM:
Excellence in All We Do
Access & Availability
Care Services for Your Entire Family
- Annual Physicals/Paps
- Chronic Disease Management
- Dermatologic Care
- Fracture Care
- Laceration Repair
- Minor Procedures
- Pediatric Care
- Pre-employment Physicals and Screenings
- Same-Day Appointments for Established Patients
- Specialist Referrals
- Wellness and Preventive Care
Lab services are available on-site during the following hours:
Monday - Wednesday, 8 am - 2 pm
Thursday, 9 am - 2 pm
Friday, 8 am - 2pm
While we can NOT provide the vaccine to our patients at this time, patients may contact their local health department and begin the pre-registration process on their website:
If you are over age 65 please call the Area Agency on Aging for registration assistance at 231-715-5557.
If you are a seasonal patient or returning north from significant travel, we are asking that you and your family self-quarantine yourselves for 14 days after your arrival, even if you have no symptoms. Please be aware that the incubation period for COVID-19 is anywhere from 2 to 14 days.
Be kind to your neighbors and please self-quarantine for the benefit of our wonderful community.
Find more resources here.
We Are a Patient-Centered Medical Home
We’re proud to be a designated Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Patient-Centered Medical Home practice since 2010. We have worked very hard to achieve and maintain our PCMH designation.
We’re committed to placing the focus on you, our patient. Instead of just treating you for various problems, our Patient-Centered Medical Home works to coordinate your care and keep you as healthy as possible.
Our team of healthcare professionals is dedicated to improving your overall health and to helping you reach your health goals. This team may consist of a primary care doctor, nurses, specialty physicians, pharmacists, diabetic educator, care coordinators, and others, depending on your needs.
We’ll be sure to follow up with you to see how you’re doing or remind you to schedule any necessary tests to help us manage your condition.
You’ll also have 24-hour access to someone in our practice. That means that if you have a serious health problem in the middle of night or on a weekend, your Patient-Centered Medical Home team is available — which could help you avoid a trip to the emergency room.
If you are looking for a more personal approach to healthcare for you and your family, our “medical home” will care for your family as we would care for ourselves. We’re happy to discuss all the benefits of a Patient-Centered Medical Home with you at your next visit.
Click here to sign into your Athena Health portal or to create a patient portal account. (To set up a patient portal account, scroll down and click “Sign up today.” Your username will be your email address.)
If you need assistance with a FollowMyHealth portal account, please contact followmyhealth.com directly.
Your health begins where you live, learn, work, and play. At Munson Healthcare Little Traverse Primary Care, we want to help you be as healthy as possible.
We know that factors such as safe housing, good food, and education can help you live your best life. We hope these links will connect you with resources in our area.
Click here for an interactive website that will guide you to resources in northern Michigan.
This app was created by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to address health disparities and improve cancer screening in women. Visit everhealthier.org to download or read more about the app.
Medication Safety and Disposal
Munson Healthcare offers important medication safety and disposal information. The two main sources of pharmaceuticals in the environment are excretion and disposal. Most people flush their unused medicines down the toilet or sink. Learn more about how pharmaceuticals affect our environment.