Mott Children’s Health Center has been exercising the highest degree of diligence to reduce the risk of spreading the COVID-19 corona virus.  Specifically, starting on March 16th we suspended all non-urgent programs and began greatly expanding our use of Telehealth.  On March 30th, one of our employees informed us that she was notified that day that she had  tested positive for COVID-19.  The employee had not been in our facility since March 17th, and her test results took nearly two weeks to receive. The employee has been self-quarantining at home, and as a result, over 14 days have passed since she was in the Mott Children’s Health Center facility.  The health department has been notified of this positive test.  Like most healthcare facilities, we expect that there could be other positive cases in the days to come.  We will continue to follow the guidelines set forth by the Health Department to ensure the safety of our patients, employees and community.

We encourage you to call our office for your health care questions and needs. Mott Children’s Health Center remains committed to fulfilling our mission to you and our community to provide the safest health care available and remain a resource to our community during this pandemic.

Please check our website regularly for updates, and if you have any questions, please call 1-810-767-5750.

Before seeking any services at Mott Children’s Health Center, please call 1-810-767-5750 and follow the prompts to the appropriate department. In order to honor Governor Whitmer’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Executive Order, we are minimizing all in-person services to the greatest extent possible. These measures are to protect you, your family and our employees. Before calling, please note the following changes to our services during this COVID-19/Coronavirus outbreak. As this is an ever changing situation we will update this site as needed. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation during this time.

Pediatrics Clinic
Well-child visits that do not include immunizations will be rescheduled for after April 13th. This includes sports physicals. If your child is ill, do not come directly to Mott Children’s Health Center. You should first call 1-810-767-5750 and follow the prompt to reach the Pediatrics (health) department. You may be asked to speak with a nurse on-call and/or be scheduled for a video/telehealth visit with a provider. If your child requires an in-person visit, you will be scheduled an appointment. As always, if you have a health emergency, please call 911 or go to the closest emergency room to seek treatment immediately.

Child & Adolescent Dentistry (CAD)
We will be suspending all hygiene appointments through at least April 13th. Patients will be contacted for rescheduling. Through April 13th, we will only be doing urgent dental work on-site.

Behavioral Health
Effective immediately through at least April 13th, Psychiatry and other Behavioral Health appointments may be handled through tele psychiatry (video). When calling, please follow the prompts to speak to someone in our Behavioral Health department. We will not be conducting appointments on-site during this period.

All non-urgent audiology appointments will be rescheduled for after April 13th. If you currently have an appointment, someone will be contacting you to reschedule. When calling, please follow the phone prompts to leave a message or to speak to someone in this department.

Our Mission – Children’s Health and Well-Being

Mott Children’s Health Center provides dental, medical, mental health and wellness services to eligible children and adolescents in Genesee County.

We take great pride in being a pediatric medical facility and center of excellence in care.

Our team of caring, friendly and experienced professionals and partners are here to help make your child(ren) healthy and happy from head to toe. We invite you to visit our family-friendly, conveniently located facility and see for yourself!