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BCMH COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics

BCMH COVID-19 vaccination clinics for those who qualify for vaccination as determined by the State of Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. We are currently vaccinating all persons age 12 years of age and older as well as all essential workers. Please note patients age 12-18 years of age are only eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine and parental consent is required for those under the age of 18. 

COVID-19 Vaccinations Start at BCMH



December 18, 2020

Baraga County Memorial Hospital start vaccinating staff today per MDHHS guidelines.  We are currently in the Phase 1A and once completed, we will move on to the Phase 1B.  This will be followed by Phase 1C and then Phase 2.  We will continue these vaccinations, adhering to the MDHHS guidelines.  Video


Oncology Clinics at BCMH.  With our partnership with Aspirus Keweenaw and Dr. Divis Khaira along with Physician Assistant Audrea Williams, BCMH offers this important service to our community.  Our team of professional and compassionate employees are here to support you and your family; along with all of the services you are use to at BCMH, including: outpatient chemotherapy, diagnostic testing, laboratory, and radiology services, along with primary care services.

BCMH Advanced Wound Center

BCMH Advanced Wound Center Opens at Baraga County Memorial Hospital

L’Anse, MI (October, 2019) – Baraga County Memorial Hospital, a Critical Access Hospital, announced today the opening of the BCMH Advanced Wound Center, an outpatient clinic offering a comprehensive approach for patients with non-healing wounds.