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Congratulations Nancy!!!

Nancy Ambs

After fifteen years as a valued member of the Southern Michigan Pain Consultants team, Nancy Ambs, N.P., has decided it is time for her to retire. Nancy’s final day at Southern Michigan Pain Consultants will be July 27, 2017.

Our team as well as the many patients Nancy has treated over her fifteen year tenure at Southern Michigan Pain Consultants, have benefited from her caring and compassionate nature. We are so grateful for all of those wonderful years and wish you well in retirement. Congratulations!

2017 Summer Announcements

  • Regenerative Medicine
    • Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP)
      • New treatment option at SMPC. Visit our website for additional information or speak to your provider at your next appointment
        • www.southernmichiganpain.com
  • Patient Portal
    • Take advantage of the online services through the Patient Portal
      • Complete your pain information prior to your appointment
      • Pay a bill
      • Request medication refills
      • Talk to a nurse
  • Pain Health Assessment (PHA)
    • Your PHA helps your physician know more about you and how your pain is affecting your entire life. By better understanding your pain, your physician will be able to provide the right resources at the right time to help relieve your suffering
      • The physicians are requesting this assessment to be completed at every appointment
      • Be on the lookout for a reminder email asking you to complete your PHA prior to your appointment. This email will have your ID number and the link needed to complete your assessment
  • Nancy Ambs, Nurse Practitioner
    • Nancy is retiring. She has contributed fifteen years of experience to our practice. Her compassionate care and achievements will not be forgotten. We wish her the best in the next steps in her journey
  • Summer hours
    • The Marshall, Portage and St. Joe offices are closed on Fridays at noon for the summer
    • Normal Friday hours will resume September 1st
    • Please note that our phones turn off at noon on Fridays
      • For emergencies only, at times other than during regular office hours, call (800) 873-0568 or 911 for an ambulance