GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Spectrum Health is extending its cancellation of all non-emergency care in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
The decision pushes back non-emergency appointments, procedures and surgeries until April 20, according to Spectrum Health today.
On March 17, Spectrum first canceled non-emergency care, saying it would be for two weeks.
Patients with scheduled non-emergency care will be contacted by their provider.
Spectrum said people with questions should contact their doctor's office.