Engaging with your primary care doctor is the first step to living your healthiest life. Primary care physicians and family practitioners focus on care for the entire family. From pediatric checkups to annual physicals for adult men and women, Clinton County Medical Center’s comprehensive care allows you to address all of your medical needs in one local, convenient location.

In addition to preventative care visits, patients should schedule office visits to address new concerns or existing conditions. Each physician bases treatment plans on your health levels, medical history and medications, while addressing concerns and answering questions about treatment.

Our doctors and medical staff take care to counsel each patient. Your health is exactly that – yours – and the physicians at CCMC tailor treatments and goals for your lifestyle.

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Women have unique healthcare needs beyond primary care. Clinton County Medical Center’s expert staff provides comprehensive care throughout every stage of a woman’s life, from the beginning of puberty through menopause and beyond. We’re here to make sure that you’re as healthy as you can be, and to address concerns when they arise.

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Preventative healthcare is crucial to staying healthy throughout life and detecting problems early. According the World Health Organization, men are less likely to visit a doctor and many avoid office visits for routine checkups. But these regular appointments keep you healthy and improve your quality of life.

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A healthy body is determined by more than just the vitals listed in your records. At Clinton County Medical Center, our physicians focus on providing healthcare services that treat the whole person comprehensively. By focusing on the body, mind and environment, our physicians and patients develop goals that make the St. Johns community stronger as a whole.

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Clinton County Medical Center’s physical therapists help patients reduce pain and improve or restore their mobility. Through education and exercise, patients better manage their conditions to reduce pain and achieve long-term health benefits. From short-term rehabilitation to long-term pain management, CCMC meets all the physical therapy needs of St. Johns residents.

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By treating the chemical, physical and mental aspects that are involved in opioid addiction, the SUBOXONE® program sets each patient up for success and a drug-free future.

The SUBOXONE® Program at Clinton County Medical Center in St. Johns is a medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction. It uses a whole-patient approach of medication, weekly counseling and monthly visits with a physician and/or nurse. Our SUBOXONE® team works one-on-one with each patient to ensure a strong recovery from opioid addiction and create a plan for living a drug-free lifestyle.

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Sometimes, additional testing may be needed to determine or confirm the cause of your illness. This could include imaging services, like x-rays and ultrasounds, or bloodwork tests. That’s where Clinton Country Medical Center’s diagnostic services come into play. Our lab and diagnostic departments offer a broad range of testing services right here in St. Johns. All of our services are confidential, and our convenient location makes it easy to fulfill requests from your provider.

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Hearing loss is stealthy. It happens very gradually over time, is painless and is usually permanent. A person can go many years without realizing they have a problem. Hearing loss gradually destroys communication, affects memory and erodes relationships that depend on communication. It doesn’t only affect the individual with the loss, but also everyone around them.

Addressing your hearing loss can profoundly improve your quality of life. At Clinton County Medical Center – Hearing Care, we offer current, state-of-the-art solutions and technologies combined with personal consulting services to ensure that you get the best technology available.

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Comprehensive care means treating each of all of your concerns, inside and out. Jodi Baese, Esthetician, brings more than 15 years of experience to Clinton County Medical Center. She is licensed by the State of Michigan and provides skin care procedures that keep residents of Clinton County looking their very best.

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National trends among general practitioners revealed the fact that many patients are identifying symptoms of depression to their family doctor. Medication can certainly be the first step in treatment, but studies show that psychological or “talk therapy” treatment may have more long-term care benefits. CCMC Psychological Services are here to enhance and meet the comprehensive health needs of the St Johns community and CCMC patients.

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Accidents and illnesses don’t always give fair warning or strike during office hours. While we are often able to accommodate same-day appointments with your primary physician, sometimes patient and physician schedules just don’t line up. For these cases, we are happy to see patients at our new addition – OUCH Urgent Care.

When you don’t quite need to visit the emergency room but still need immediate attention, OUCH Urgent Care treats adults and children with non-life threatening illnesses or injuries.

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