Mercy Health Physician Partners Re-Opens Five Clinics

Designated locations treat patients with non-COVID symptoms; virtual care options

As Mercy Health and Mercy Health Physician Partners begin to resume time-sensitive procedures and health care services, the following Mercy Health Physician Partners locations will re-open on Monday, May 18:

  • Mercy Health Physician Partners Norton Family Practice
  • Mercy Health Physician Partners West Olive
  • Mercy Health Physician Partners East Beltline
  • Mercy Health Physician Partners Rivertown
  • Mercy Health Physician Partners Sparta

These locations join another nine offices that have remained open for patients with no symptoms of fever or upper respiratory illness, or who have preventive care appointments:

  • Clinica Santa Maria (Grand Rapids)
  • Mercy Health Family Medicine Residency Center (Grand Rapids)
  • Mercy Health Internal Medicine and Residency Center (Grand Rapids)
  • Mercy Health Physician Partners Hart Family Medical
  • Mercy Health Physician Partners Lakeshore Medical Shelby
  • Mercy Health Physician Partners Lakeshore Medical Whitehall
  • Mercy Health Physician Partners North Ottawa Family Medicine, Suite 103 (Grand Haven)
  • Mercy Health Physician Partners Sable Point Family Care (Ludington)
  • Mercy Health Physician Partners Westshore Family Medicine (Muskegon)

In addition, six Mercy Health Urgent Care locations remain open to see patients with upper respiratory and COVID-19 symptoms, as well as regular urgent care needs. Walk-ins are still welcome. Patients will be screened upon entry for symptoms of COVID-19. These locations include:

  • Mercy Health Urgent Care Hudsonville
  • Mercy Health Urgent Care Ludington
  • Mercy Health Urgent Care North Muskegon
  • Mercy Health Urgent Care Rockford
  • Mercy Health Urgent Care Sherman (Muskegon)
  • Mercy Health Urgent Care Whitehall

Patients experiencing fever or upper respiratory symptoms should still call their primary care physician for additional guidance.

“As our patients’ health and safety remain our top priority, we encourage patients with concerns about their health to call their doctor first, who can provide guidance on accessing the right care,” said Kristen Brown, MD, president, Mercy Health Physician Partners. “Our phone lines are open and doctors are here and ready to help.”

Mercy Health Physician Partners offers the following care options:

  • Providers are still available to manage their patients’ health care needs through virtual care options such as e-visits and online appointments. Learn more at www.MercyHealth.com/VirtualCare.

For a complete list of offices that remain temporarily closed, visit www.MercyHealth.com/cancellations.

If patients do not have a primary care provider, they may visit www.FindaMercyHealthDoctor.com.

Patients coming to a physician office or Urgent Care, if possible, should come on their own. Mercy Health is working hard minimize the risk of exposure to and spread of COVID-19 and, if possible, those accompanying the patient are asked to remain in their vehicle.

For up-to-date information, visit www.MercyHealth.com/COVID19.

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