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We are closely monitoring the developments regarding COVID-19. As a patient at Metro Health, we want to provide you with the resources you need and help answer questions you may have.

Updated Visitor Policy

In response to Governor Whitmer’s Executive order, effective immediately, all healthcare facilities and residential care facilities must prohibit all visitors. In addition, as of March 25 at 9 pm, no visitors will be allowed in the adult ICU.

This includes the following exceptions:

  • Visitors necessary for the provision of medical care for a patients.
  • Visitors who support activities of daily living for a patient.
  • Visitors who must exercise of power of attorney or court-appointed guardianship for a patient.
  • Parents, foster parents or guardians of patients who are 21 years of age or under.
  • Visitors to a patient who is in serious or critical condition or in hospice care.
  • Those who are visiting under exigent circumstances.
  • Visitors performing official governmental functions.

Coronavirus Screening

Metro Health – University of Michigan Health has developed a free online screening tool to help you self-assess your current health conditions. This tool will walk you through a series of questions and determine what next step is recommended for you. Click here to start your screening.

Supply & PPE Donations

Information on accepted items and drop-off location is available here. 

Event Cancellations

Click here for information on event cancellations. 

Coronavirus FAQs 

Visit the CDC for latest developments, prevention tips and risk factors.
What you need to know – CDC
What to do if you’re sick – CDC