Popoff Family Health Center
In an intimate setting that promotes integrated health for the entire family, Popoff Family Health Center offers comprehensive family medicine services as well as screening for the social determinants of health and adverse childhood experiences. Authority Health maintains strong ties with the local community through dedicated community engagement, health promotion and disease prevention activities.
Family & Children’s Services
Women’s Health & Family Planning
Same-day Sick Visits
High Blood Pressure Management
Medication Assisted Therapy – MAT (more)
Muscle & Joint Treatment – OMT (more)
Adult & Sexual Health Services
Counseling & Treatment
STD Testing & Treatment
Hepatitis C Testing & Treatment
Ultrasound Guided Pain Management (more)
Hope Family Health Center
Hope Family Health Center is located within the Hope Academy, which provides an intimate setting that promotes integrated health to students and other children and adolescents in the community ages 5-21. Hope Family Health Center offers trauma-informed comprehensive pediatric services as well as screening for the social determinants of health and adverse childhood experiences. Hope Family Health Center maintains strong ties with the local community through a Community Advisory Council, composed of parents, school representatives, and local community leaders.
Pediatric & Adolescent Health
Adult Health Care
Well Child Visits
Treatment for Injuries
Integrated Behavioral Health
Chronic Conditions Care
Anne Mare’ Ice Pediatric Health Center
The Anne Mare’ Ice Pediatric Health Center offers high-quality affordable care for the children in our community. Our qualified staff of pediatricians and medical assistants are focused on providing the best care for your child, from newborns to 18 years old. We work hand in hand with parents to make sure children in our community are happy, healthy and receiving the services they need.
Same-Day Sick Visits
Ira Land Family Health Center
Ira Land Family Health Center is located within the Stevenson Elementary School, which provides an intimate setting that promotes integrated health to students and other children and adolescents in the community ages 5-21. Ira Land Family Health Center offers trauma-informed comprehensive pediatric services as well as screening for the social determinants of health and adverse childhood experiences. Ira Land Family Health Center maintains strong ties with the local community through a Community Advisory Council, composed of parents, school representatives, and local community leaders.
Same-Day Sick Visits
Preparing for a Visit
At Authority Health medical centers, we ask that you come to appointments with proper paperwork, including test results from other medical centers. It also helps if you are prepared to answer medical questions about existing conditions. When visiting an Authority Health medical center, please bring a valid driver’s license, proof of insurance (if applicable), prescriptions, and any questions you want to ask your health care provider. If your appointment is a follow-up appointment, it is helpful to bring prior test result records.
If you are a new patient, please arrive 30 minutes before your appointment to fill out paperwork. If you are a returning Authority Health patient, please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled time.
During the COVID-19 Pandemic
For your safety:
- We are only allowing five patients in the lobby at one time.
- You may be asked to wait until a staff member calls you to enter the building.
- We will take your temperature (anyone with a temperature of 100 degrees or higher will be rescheduled).
- Please cover your nose and mouth with a mask
Thank you for your cooperation and allowing us to serve you.
Partial List of the Medical Insurances Accepted at Authority Health
- Aetna Better Health of MI
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Blue Cross Complete
- Health Alliance Plan
- McLaren Health Plan
- Michigan Medicaid
- Priority Health
- Total Healthcare
- United Healthcare/PPO
Frequently Asked Questions
Where are Authority Health Medical Practices located and what are their hours?
Please click here for location information.
What services does Authority Health offer?
Authority Health offers family medicine, pediatrics, behavioral health services and more; see services listed for each location.
How do I schedule an appointment?
To schedule an appointment please call one of our locations. You can find the phone numbers at link to locations page.
What should I bring to my appointment?
When visiting an Authority Health medical center, please come prepared with a valid driver’s license, proof of insurance (if applicable), prescriptions, and any questions you plan to ask your healthcare provider. If your appointment is a follow-up appointment, please bring all test result records.
How early should I arrive to my appointment?
New patients should arrive to their appointments 30 minutes before their scheduled time. Patients who are already in the Authority Health system should arrive 15 minutes early.
What insurances does Authority Health accept?
Authority Health accepts most insurances and offers enrollment assistance for individuals without insurance. The insurances that Authority Health accepts can be found here.
What is my copay?
Your copayment (copay) is a flat fee that you pay for health care services, in addition to what your insurance covers. You can usually find the amount of your copay listed on your insurance card. You can also contact your insurance company to inquire about the amount of your copay. For example, some HMOs require a $10 copay for each office visit, regardless of the type or level of services provided during the visit.
What is my deductible?
Your deductible is determined by your insurance plan. It is a specified amount of money that you must pay before your insurance company will pay your claim. For example, some traditional insurance plans require you to have met a deductible before your services are paid. That deductible may be $500 for a single person and $1000 for a family. Any service can be applied against your deductible so that you can meet it.
I have Medicare; do I have a copay?
Medicare covers 80 percent of your visit, and you are responsible for 20 percent. The 20 percent of the visit you are responsible for is called coinsurance. A coinsurance is a type of insurance in which you pay a share of the payment made against the claim. If you have a secondary insurance, it usually covers the 20 percent you are responsible for.
Who do I contact about my bills?
Contact the billing department to assist with any billing-related questions. They can help you understand your statement. They can be reached at 877-520-9033
Does Authority Health offer payment plans for large balances?
Yes! We are willing to work out a plan that meets your financial needs and helps to bring your account to a positive status.
What are my patient rights and responsibilities?
You can find information about patient rights and responsibilities by clicking here.
If I want to give Authority Health feedback about the medical practices/health centers, what is the process?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.