Battle Creek Area Health Resources

Health Resources


What should you do if you have COVID-19 symptoms?

STAY HOME AND AVOID CONTACT WITH OTHERS

AND Call your primary care provider

OR Make a BronsonConnect video visit < click to learn more

OR Call a Bronson Care Advisor at (269) 341-7788

OR Send a message to your provider via your Bronson MyChart account

Source: Bronson Hospital

Your Healthcare Provider

COVID-19 Hotline

See your healthcare provider!

1-888-535-6136

By Phone:
M-F: 8am-5pm

Michigan Coronavirus Info

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

National Suicide Prevention Hotline

If life seems too much too bear at the moment, please consider calling the National Suicide Prevention Hotline.  Someone is always there to talk with you.

1-800-273-TALK (8255)

More Info

U.S. Health Resources & Services Administration

On-Site Testing Health Center Locator

Find your on-site testing health center.

(877) 464-4772

By Phone:
M-F: 8am-8pm

Locate Health Center

Center for Disease Control (CDC)

CDC Community Safety Guidelines

Take these steps to keep yourself and the community healthy.  

CDC Guidelines

Fast.ai

Covid-19, your community, and you — a data science perspective

This includes Tranlated Statistics on COVID-19 (English, Espanol, etc.)

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Whitman-Walker Health

Evaluate symptoms and treat over the phone

Having symtoms and need an evaluation over the phone?  Contact Whitman-Walker Health

(202) 745-7000

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Oaklawn

Ask Oaklawn questions about COVID-19

Questions about COVID-19 can be answered by Oaklawn over the phone or by web.

(269) 789-7614

7am-8pm

Oaklawn COVID-19 Info

Calhoun County Health Department

Ask Calhoun County Health Department questions about COVID-19

You can get questions answered by the Calhoun County Health Department over the phone.

(269) 969-6383

M-F:8am-4:30pm

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Pet Owners: Beware of cleaners!

Lysol is toxic to cats! Check below to see which cleaners are safe.

Check for Safe Cleaners