Jerry Walker, Village Manager

Steve McGee, Fire Chief

Dear Residents,

During these trying times it’s our goal at the fire department to serve our residents to the best of our ability. It has always been important to us to respond in a timely manner during your time of emergency. In order to continue to do so we are asking our residents that suspect they have COVID-19 to utilize the Oakland County Nurse on Call.

We are asking residents to use this resource to reduce the number of calls for service we receive so that we can minimize potential exposure and service the most important calls when needed. 

The Nurse on Call service is available to pre-screen potential patients with COVID-19. If you suspect you have COVID-19, please call the Nurse on Call service at the number below prior to calling 911. They will ask you a series of questions and if your responses indicate a potential positive of COVID-19 they will give direction. 

Nurse On Call Contact Information:

Nurse on Call (NOC) 1-800-848-5533   

Monday-Friday 8AM-8PM, Saturday & Sunday 9AM-5PM

If the Nurse On Call system is down due to high call volume or it’s after hours; you can contact the Fire Department directly at (248) 240-1616 or (248) 467-6011 and ask for a COVID-19 Screening. We will ask the same questions as the Nurse On Call system and deliver the same directions.

As we receive additional information regarding COVID-19 we will pass the information on to you via our social media pages.

We would like to thank everyone for the continued support and for understanding; We are all in this together.

Thank you!

Steve McGee

Fire Chief

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