Mask requirements have been lifted, however, any patient or visitor who is experiencing respiratory symptoms, such as cough or runny nose, will be asked to wear a mask.
May 11, 2023, marks the end of the COVID-19 PHE
As the country goes back to the way things were, with the end of the PHE, the following changes will take place:
May 12, 2023:
1) Requirements are back in place around virtual prescribing of controlled substances. Physicians will need to have seen a patient in person at least once before issuing a prescription for controlled substance.
2) State-based license requirements are back in place. Our providers are licensed in the State of Michigan. Per Medicare Guidelines, Practitioners must be licensed in each state they are providing services. For those not on Medicare, please contact your individual insurance plan to verify what their specific requirements will be with regards to payment for telehealth services rendered when you, the patient, are outside the state of Michigan.
November 7, 2023:
1) Any patients seen only via telehealth only will need to be seen in person at least once before controlled substance prescriptions are issued.
MICHIGAN LOCAL HEALTH DEPARTMENTS AND LOCAL PHARMACIES ARE PROVIDING VACCINES
- Detroit Wayne County Residents call (313)230-0505
- Macomb County Residents call (586)463-5777 or click the following link:
- Oakland County Residents call (800)848-5533
- For information on all Michigan Counties visit: www.michigan.gov/coronavaccine
FOR QUESTIONS REGARDING THE VACCINES VISIT: www.michigan.gov/coronavaccine