These expert tips will help you "prep" for another pandemic holiday season so that you can safely celebrate with loved ones.
We are all working to get to the other side of this crisis. We are all proud, determined and ready. But most importantly, we are all for you. During this unprecedented pandemic, our care teams across southeast and south central Michigan are prepared to provide safe and effective care to those with COVID-19.
- Looking for a COVID-19 test? Learn about COVID-19 testing options.
- Sometimes, there may be a wait if you call us. Please be patient and we will answer your call as quickly as possible, or:
- Need a COVID-19 vaccine or booster? Learn more here.
Henry Ford only offers COVID-19 testing for established Henry Ford patients who have been referred for testing by their doctor. Our Emergency Departments are not COVID-19 testing sites and do not offer COVID-19 testing for people who are not being seen in the Emergency Department for COVID-19 symptoms.
Many locations offer convenient, free testing. Find a COVID testing site near you and learn more about when to get tested.
COVID-19 Vaccination at Henry Ford
Learn more about COVID-19 Vaccination and Boosters. We are currently offering COVID-19 vaccinations at our Primary Care centers for established Henry Ford patients ages 5 years and older. Appointments are available in MyChart. Not a Henry Ford patient? Visit michigan.gov/covidvaccine for vaccination options near you.
Hospital Visiting Hours
Visiting hours are established at each hospital to support social distancing and safety for patients, visitors and employees. Review our visiting policies and hours here.
What to Do If You are Sick
Learn what to do if you are sick, including common symptoms of COVID-19, quarantine and isolation guidelines, and when to see a doctor.
Sources for Reliable COVID-19 Information
At Henry Ford, we strive to provide reliable, accurate information throughout the COVID-19 crisis. Other sources of information to consult during this time are:
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