Sterling Area Health Center is a BCBS recognized Patient-Centered Medical Home and is accredited as a PCMH by The Joint Commission. The Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) is an approach to providing comprehensive care for children, youth, adults and the elderly.
The PCMH is a health care setting that facilitates partnerships between individual patients, (and when appropriate their family) and their personal health care provider.
Ogemaw County is located in the northeastern section of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula and boasts many scenic features including woodlands, lakes, and rivers, including the Rifle River, which along with its convenient location make it a prime region for tourism and recreation.
Ogemaw County retains its country-like charm along with carefully planned growth. Its main economic support comes from tourism, auto-industry related production, plastics manufacturing, and agriculture. Oil production can be found in the southwest corner of the county.
Enjoy the beauty of the Ogemaw Hills and the many trails that abound in the area. The beauty of this region lies in the wide variety of hills, lakes, and streams. Canoeing, trout fishing, and swimming are just a few of the many recreational activities that you will find in this vast four-season playground.