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Coronavirus Disease Information

ATTENTION
ALL PATIENTS AND VISITORS
In order to protect our Patients, Staff, Visitors and local community during the COVID-19 pandemic, effective 09:00 AM on Monday, March 16, we are limiting access to Tribal Health Centers.

  • Visitors who are not seeking health care services and are not conducting approved business with Tribal Health Centers are prohibited from entering Tribal Health Centers.
  • Pediatric Patients may be accompanied by one birth parent and one significant other.
  • Prisoners may be accompanied by one Prison’s guard / Police officer.
  • Mental Health Patients may be accompanied by one relative / friend / partner.
  • We will perform health evaluation of all visitors. Those who will not meet evaluation criteria may not be allowed to enter Tribal Health Center.

These restrictions will be re-evaluated on regular basis and are subject to change. We do apologize beforehand for inconvenience. Thank you for understanding.

If you believe that you may have SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19

BEFORE YOU ENTER TRIBAL HEALTH CENTER please, call the SAULT TRIBE Health Division's hotline

MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY FROM 09:00 AM TO 03:00 PM

(906) 632-5200
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For 24/7 hotline in Michigan

please call (888) 535-6136

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