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Oscoda Clinic
5671 N. Skeel Ave.
Oscoda, MI 48750

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Alcona Citizens for Health, Inc. (Alcona Health Center) has been operating as a Federally Qualified Health Center since July of 1978, with the opening of its first clinic in Lincoln, MI. Since that time, AHC has expanded to serve 12 counties. The Service Area includes Alpena, Iosco, Oscoda, Emmet, Cheboygan, Mackinac, Montmorency, Presque Isle, Otsego, Chippewa, Luce, and Baraga counties.

AHC provides primary care services that include perinatal care, mental health, and substance abuse services, as well as a full array of enabling services at 12 clinic locations throughout Northern MI.

AHC provides behavioral health services in the school setting with 20 school-based clinics. Of these locations, 2 sites offer both behavioral health and medical services. Patient Support AHC offers a full array of enabling services including health education, eligibility screenings, care management, care coordination, and community resource referrals.

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Oscoda, MI

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Set peacefully along the shores of beautiful Lake Huron and the mighty AuSable River, Oscoda offers more than 120 square miles of pure Michigan. 

From canoeing to sunbathing, the natural destinations of our community provide activities for water enthusiasts of all varieties. For visitors whose interests are more land-oriented, Oscoda's downtown district includes an assortment of eclectic shopping and renown restaurants. And lovers of history and the outdoors alike know Oscoda as the home of the famous Lumberman's Monument located in the Lake Huron National Forest.

Over 10 miles of sandy beaches border the Oscoda, Greenbush, AuSable area. Four lakeside parks for your family to enjoy. Oscoda offers some of the finest fishing in the area. We have seven different charter captains that will make it a day to remember. With more than 35 thousand acres of unique trails that transverse from coastal sand dunes to towering pines and hardwoods; it’s a naturalist’s dream.


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