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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


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



95 Livingston Blvd.
Gaylord, MI 49735

Mancelona office entrance


Mancelona Family Resource Center

205 Grove St.
Mancelona, MI 49659

Bellaire office entrance



209 Portage Dr.
Bellaire, MI 49615

Latest News

  • COVID-19

    Health Department of Northwest Michigan COVID-19 Update

    May 17, 2021

    The Health Department of Northwest Michigan is offering a way to suggest locations for a pop-up clinic at a business or event in your community, and a way to let the health department know you received your COVID-19 vaccination out-of-state. In addition, the health department met today with school officials to discuss the impact of new state and federal recommendations addressing masking requirements for vaccinated people.

  • COVID-19

    Health Department of Northwest Michigan COVID-19 Update

    May 14, 2021

    The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is updating the Gatherings and Mask Order to align with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's latest guidance on face coverings. The new order goes into effect at 9 a.m., Saturday, May 15. The CDC announced Thursday that people who are fully vaccinated against the coronavirus can stop wearing masks, both outdoors and indoors, except on public transportation and in crowded indoor venues.

  • COVID-19

    Health Department of Northwest Michigan COVID-19 Update

    May 13, 2021

    Youth as young as 12 can get the Pfizer vaccine starting today and 14-year-old Tommy Skinner and 15-year-old Gabrielle Landon, accompanied by their moms, were among the first adolescents to get their shots at a Health Department of Northwest Michigan clinic.