In 1968 migrant services was the initiation of what is now “Great Lakes Bay Health Centers”. Today our passion extends serving migrant agriculture workers in sixteen counties throughout Michigan. Our medical unit is equipped to provide preventative care health services including but not limited to rapid diabetic and cholesterol screenings, complete physical examinations, laboratory, WIC services, and behavioral health specialist on site. Our providers have the ability to refer to near-by hospitals if necessary when treated at our medical unit.
Migrant services staff are bilingual in the Spanish and English language, communicating with patients in the tongue they understand and feel comfortable speaking. With over twenty six sites to refer for follow up in Michigan, GLBHC is dedicated to follow up with care management for our agriculture workers.
GLBHC migrant services is pleased to be part of the National Center for Farmworker Health mission and striving to reach the goal of treating not less than two million migrant agricultural workers by the year 2020.