Lake Huron Medical Center remains open and is seeing patients during the
prolonged power outage in St. Clair County. For residents without power
but needing to receive self administered nebulizer treatments or charge
medical devices, there are designated stations available in the Emergency
Waiting Room. Being able to communicate with family members is important
during a crisis, such as a power outage, so there are cell phone charging
stations also available in the Emergency Waiting Room. Lake Huron Medical
Center continues to work with the St. Clair County Emergency Operation
Center to ensure the health and safety of area residents.
“The healthcare well-being and safety of residents in the Blue Water
Area continues to be our number one concern,” commented Rebekah
Smith, RN, Chief Executive Officer, Lake Huron Medical Center. “We
will continue to care for as many residents as we can during this crisis.”
Individuals who are experiencing a life threatening emergency should call
9-1-1. For non-life threatening oxygen refills, medical suppliers should
be the first point of contact. Central dispatch can also be contacted
at 810-985-8115 or Clay Township Dispatch at 810-794-9381.
Residents are encouraged to check on family and friends. Please contact
the Emergency Operations Center at 810-989-6392 or 2-1-1 regarding non-life
threatening issues.Residents are encouraged to check on family and friends
and contact the Emergency Operations Center at 810-989-6392 or 211 regarding
non-life threatening issues.