Great Lakes Physicians is a locally recognized medical group known for serving Bellevue and the surrounding communities for over 20 years. Great Lakes Physicians offers highly trained medical providers specializing in Family Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Internal Medicine, Orthopedics, Pulmonology and Podiatric Surgery. Our medical excellence extends from primary care to leading edge surgical procedures.
Our expertise is backed by a strong commitment to values. Great Lakes Physician's core values: dignity, service, excellence and justice - are the guiding principles for all we do.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, our providers are now, more than ever, committed to the health and well-being of our community.
The Great Lakes Physicians offer telehealth appointments which allow patients and families to receive care from our specialists without having to leave the comfort of their homes. Similar to a regular office visit, our medical providers will be able to discuss symptoms and concerns with their patients via video visits from a smartphone or computer.
To connect to our expertise without having to make a trip to the hospital or clinic, call your Great Lakes Physicians provider to discuss virtual appointment options. Virtual appointments are billable through your insurance.
COVID-19 Visitor Restrictions and Updated Services
*Please note: Effective starting March 17, Great Lakes Addiction Services (Suboxone Clinic) is relocating from the TBH Specialty Physicians Clinic in the Bellevue Hospital to 420 W. McPherson Hwy., Clyde. This will include all clinics held by Dr. Samuel Ross, Dr. Douglas Hoy, Dawn Bova, CNP and Pamela Cramer, CNP.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Great Lakes Physicians has developed visitor restrictions and proactive measures to protect our patients, visitors and staff. They include:
- No children under the age of 18 are permitted unless they are the person being seen for the appointment.
- Patients (unless minors) should not bring any visitors with the. Visitor exceptions will be made for those who are disabled, need assistance or are end-of-life situations.
- Visitors may not wait in our waiting room.
- Expecting mothers are not permitted to have anyone accompany them during their appointment.
- Patients over the age of 65 will be asked to reschedule their wellness or non-urgent appointments to reduce exposure to illness.
- If a patient has any of the following symptoms, they are asked to call the office to reschedule their wellness or non-urgent appointments.
- Fever, cough, shortness of breath or have been exposed to anyone diagnosed with or suspected of having COVID-19
- If the appointment is for an acute illness for flu-like or respiratory illnesses, patients are asked to call the office from their car when they arrive for instructions on entering the office.
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