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Our Mission: To serve our entire community and to achieve health equity by promoting well-being, preventing disease, and protecting the environment through partnerships, innovation, and excellence in public health practice.

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Clinic Locations

Charlevoix office entrance

Charlevoix

Administrative Office

220 W. Garfield
Charlevoix, MI 49720

Emmet office entrance

Harbor Springs/Petoskey

 

3434 M-119, Suite A
Harbor Springs, MI 49740

Gaylord office entrance

Gaylord

 

95 Livingston Blvd.
Gaylord, MI 49735

Mancelona office entrance

Mancelona

Mancelona Family Resource Center

205 Grove St.
Mancelona, MI 49659

Bellaire office entrance

Bellaire

 

209 Portage Dr.
Bellaire, MI 49615

Latest News

  • COVID-19

    COVID-19 Update & Case Counts

    May 17, 2022

    With proms, band concerts, and graduations happening, the Health Department of Northwest Michigan (HDNW) asks the public to make informed decisions as they celebrate spring, youth, and achievements. The region continues to see high transmission rates with the BA.2 variant.

  • Chicken - Bird Flu

    Highly pathogenic avian influenza discovered in Northwest Michigan

    May 12, 2022

    Cases of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI), commonly known as bird flu, have been confirmed in Antrim and Otsego counties. No human illness has been associated with this detection. The Health Department of Northwest Michigan (HDNW) is sharing this information to recommend precautions for people who own or work with birds, including poultry, or hunt wild birds. HPAI in birds is not a food safety concern if poultry and eggs are handled and cooked properly.

  • COVID-19

    COVID-19 Update & Case Counts

    May 10, 2022

    In the last 14 days, from April 26-May 10, there were 389 reported cases of COVID-19 in Antrim, Charlevoix, Emmet, and Otsego counties, the Health Department of Northwest Michigan (HDNW) reported. While the severity of illnesses continues to be significantly less than before vaccines were introduced, the uptick represents a 172% increase compared to the 14 days prior.