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COMMUNITY HEALTH EDUCATION NEWSLETTER - JULY, 2019

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Community Health Education Highlights June 2019

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COMMUNITY HEALTH EDUCATION NEWSLETTER - MAY, 2019

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Michelle Kroupa-Kulik, MD

Medical School: Michigan State University

Residency: William Beaumont Hospital, Department of Pediatrics

Year started with Tribe: 2001

Specialties:
Pediatrics, management of obesity and diabetes.

Michelle Kroupa-Kulik, M.D., attended Michigan State University in East Lansing, Mich., and conducted her residency with the Department of Pediatrics at William Beaumont Hospital. She practiced with Sault Tribe from 2001 to 2010 and returned in 2014. She has special professional interests in children, management of obesity and diabetes. The mother of five enjoys outdoor activities, skiing, gardening, coaching science Olympics and foster parenting. She is a life-long resident of the U.P.


Health Centers where Michelle Kroupa-Kulik, MD can be found:

Grand Island Chippewa Community Center
622 West Superior Street
Munising, MI 49862
Phone: (906) 387-4721

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Services provided by Michelle Kroupa-Kulik, MD:

General Medicine
The Sault Tribe Health Division offers outpatient medical appointments for newborns through the elderly. We have family physicians, pediatricians and nurse practitioners. We care for acute needs, chronic medical conditions, and health promotion/disease prevention appointments. Some of our providers specialize in women's health, others in pediatrics. We offer many procedures such as wart treatments, simple skin excisions, toenail removal, colposcopy, IUD, endometrial biopsy, and LEEP. There are nurse-only appointments available for blood pressure checks, allergy injections, immunizations, injectable birth control, wound care, and ABI. OMT services are offered once a month.

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