We HAVE 11 Doses of Covid Vaccine

Please call to schedule your immunization

Last Call to receive your immunization at Bayside


·    As you enter the building apply your mask, bandana, or scarf over your nose and mouth.  We already have ours on.

·    If your visit requires a payment, we recommend using our self administered card reader.  All other forms of payment are still accepted.

·    Your Medical Assistant will escort you to your prepared room.

·    Upon exit, both Front Office counters are available to check out.  Be sure to stay 6’ from other patients please.

We have made a number of schedule adjustments to ensure you receive the medical care you need in the safest possible manner.
At Bayside we plan to keep you safe upon arrival with the following safety measures:

·    When you arrive, your vehicle is our "New Lobby".  Thank you for waiting in your car or outside, while we sanitize your room.  Be sure to have your cell phone with you and turned on.

·    At appointment time, your Medical Assistant will call you and screen you for symptoms of illness.  

Our office strongly recommends ALL eligible persons receive the Covid 19 Vaccine as soon as doses are available. 

All of our Providers are familiar with the safety and the effectiveness data available for the vaccine and believe it will be the key to bringing this pandemic to a close.

If you have questions regarding the vaccine and wish to speak with your provider, please call and set up an appointment or Zoom meeting to discuss any hesitation or concern regarding the vaccination.

Thank you for continuing to follow CDC guidelines throughout this progression for public safety and your best health.

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Call Us:  231-439-5100

We remain available to our patients throughout this event.  We encourage you to follow CDC Guidelines at this time.

Medication Refill Policy ***
5 Day Processing for
ALL medication refills

We look forward to serving you and your family soon.

Thank you to Munson Medical Center of Traverse City, for the supply of Moderna

We are holding afternoon Covid Vaccination Clinics.

      Patients 18 years of age and older, please call and schedule your vaccination appointment. 

   Moderna is a 2 dose series.  Plan to attend both appointments. 

      If you have begun the series with another group, please  complete the series with them. 

   We cannot administer the vaccine if you are sick, have received other vaccines or steroid injections within

   the past 2 weeks, if you're in quarantine, or have been treated with monoclonal Ab.

For life threatening emergencies Dial 911

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Emergencies ~ Dial 911

Bayside ~ Making it SAFE to Seek Medical Care

For our Established Patients

we have SAME DAY appointment availability Call 231-439-5100

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Are you experiencing the signs of heart attack, stroke or sepsis?  
It is safe ~ reach out for

medical emergencies

Monday - Thursday

7:30 AM - 6:00 PM


7:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Provider On Call


After Office Hours Daily,

Saturday & Sunday

Our provider is paged to your number quickly.  

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Remember to care for yourself.  Don’t delay in seeking necessary medical treatment.

We appreciate all of you who have encouraged and supported Bayside. 

Generous and thoughtful members of this community donated shields, created masks and showered us with notes of gratitude, kindness and cheer. 

We thank you for joining us in supporting Michigan Directives and CDC Guidelines.

What we know:

   Antibody testing for COVID-19 is under ongoing  


   Manufacturers are selling test in some areas. 

   NO tests are "validated" for diagnosis of COVID-19

   We don't know if it means immunity to COVID-19.

   Testing positive to antibodies could mean you

   have had a PAST coronavirus infection or "Cold."

   Hospitals/Research centers continue antibody

   studies to provide us with better data on HOW

   and WHEN to use testing to the population in


   Clinical decisions cannot yet be based on

   antibody testing alone.

   Antibody test results cannot help to determine if 

   you are immune to COVID-19, nor can it help to

   determine if you are able to be out in public

   without concern.

   Once we have better data on antibody testing and

   it's role in patient care we may recommend more

   wide spread testing of the community.