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Family Healthcare

The family healthcare clinics at McKenzie Health System are dedicated to providing you with the safe, quality healthcare you need. This commitment is what drives our practices every single day. We view ourselves as a partner in your family’s health. Our office strives to provide you with a holistic approach to healthcare, focusing not only on the present but also preventing future illness. We want you to be involved in decision-making by keeping you at the center of your healthcare.

If you do not currently have a provider and need assistance in getting established with a primary care provider or clinic, please call our Patient Navigator staff at 810-648-0610 or click the link below to complete a “New Patient” form.

New Patient Form

Behavioral Health Integration (BHI)

In addition to physical healthcare, at times a patient may need behavioral healthcare as well. Often there is a gap in care between physical and behavioral health, and we are committed to filling that gap to provide the best care possible for our patients. To learn more, call 810-648-0611 or download the brochure.

Visit Options

We are currently offering a variety of visit types to meet the needs of our patients, which may include televisits, telephone consults, and in-person appointments.

Healow Contactless Check-In is now available at all family healthcare clinics. Watch the video below to learn how this will add safety and convenience to your next visit!

McKenzie Family Healthcare Clinics:

Croswell Clinic in Croswell, MI

Lakeshore Internal Medicine in Port Sanilac, MI

McKenzie After-Hours Clinic in Sandusky, MI

McKenzie Family Healthcare in Sandusky, MI

McKenzie Health and Wellness Center in Sandusky, MI

McKenzie Rural Health Clinic in Sandusky, MI

Peck Medical Center in Peck, MI


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