Allegiance Health offers a variety of classes, seminars, screenings and events designed to improve the health and well being of the communities we serve.
Here is what's coming up
When ankle pain interferes with everyday activities, it may be time to consider the medical treatment options available to increase your mobility and improve your quality of life.
We invite you to learn more by attending a free community presentation by Orthopaedic Surgeon Tudor Tien, MD.
As part of the Affordable Care Act, Healthy Michigan Plan allows individuals included in Michigan’s Medicaid expansion to enroll in a plan that covers essential benefits. This program extends health care coverage to low-income Michigan citizens who are uninsured or underinsured. The Healthy Michigan Plan provides health care coverage for individuals who are age 19 to 64 who:
• Do not qualify for or are not enrolled in Medicare
• Do not qualify for or are not enrolled in other Medicaid programs
• Are not pregnant at the time of application
• Are Michigan residents with a Modified Adjusted Gross Income at/below 133% of the federal poverty level
Allegiance Health and partnering agencies are hosting an event designed to help individuals who have health insurance questions, as well as those who would like help with the enrollment process from a certified application counselor. The event is free of charge and no appointment is necessary.
Saturday, April 26
Drop in between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Anderson Building Auditorium (behind Allegiance hospital)
In addition to Allegiance Health, participating organizations and agencies supporting this event include:
• The Center for Family Health (Health Insurance Marketplace)
• Jackson County Health Department
• L&S Associates
Free parking is available in the Visitor Parking Deck and around the Anderson Building. JTA buses also stop at the hospital campus.