521 Monroe Street
Our office is located directly across from the MNMH main campus on Mitchell Street (US-31/US-131), at the corner of Monroe and Connable. It is between the new VitalCare Adult Day Center and Johan's Bakery. Patient parking is located behind the building, and the lot can be entered off Monroe Street. [View map].
At Petoskey Surgeons, our goal is to provide you with high quality surgical care in a compassionate and comfortable setting. We will continue to provide surgical care utilizing the current most up-to-date technology available, with minimal discomfort and great attention to detail.
Petoskey Surgeons, P.C., and the NIVA lab are located directly across Mitchell Street (US-31 / US-131) from MNMH. The practice is made up of six board certified surgeons, specializing in the practice of General and Vascular Surgery. Our office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. One of our six surgeons is available on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If while in Petoskey, you or your family should require overnight accommodations, several options are available upon request.
To reduce patients' travel requirements, Dr. Beaudoin has privileges at Otsego Memorial Hospital and holds a clinic in his Gaylord office twice a month. Dr. Markham sees patients in St. Ignace, at Mackinac Straits Health Center, once a month. Dr. Rynbrandt holds a clinic in Cheboygan once a month. Dr. Horton holds a clinic in Gaylord once a month and also travels to Cheboygan for your convenience. Dr. Sharapov sees patients in Sault Ste. Marie and Rogers City.
To speed your registration process, our forms can be downloaded and filled out in advance of your appointment.
Because of the nature of our practice, and the illnesses we treat, occasionally the office schedule may need to be changed with little notice. If your appointment is rescheduled secondary to an emergency, please accept our apologies and know that we will make every effort to reschedule you within a timely manner. We understand that your time is valuable, but unfortunately such unforeseen circumstances do occur.
All of our surgeons are board certified which is a demonstration of our commitment to excellent care and our capability to provide it. Board certification is voluntary and differs from medical licensure, which is required by state law to practice medicine. To be certified by the American Board of Surgery means that our surgeons have met a defined high standard of education, training and knowledge in the specialty of Surgery.
We primarily provide surgical care at MNMH, in Petoskey. MNMH is a regional referral center, with multi-specialty support and critical care capability, which is especially important in surgical care. MNMH is accredited by the Commission on Cancer (CoC) as a comprehensive cancer program, demonstrating a commitment to high quality, multidisciplinary cancer care. Only one in four hospitals that treats cancer patients receives this special approval. Petoskey Surgeons are an integral component of this designation.