Community, Gerber Memorial Hospital
Masks no longer required at Tamarac, the Spa; still required in Spectrum Health clinical areas
Fremont, Mich., May 12, 2022 – Tamarac and The Skincare and Spa will no longer require members, customers and guests to wear masks. Individuals without masks are asked to enter Tamarac and the spa only through the west entrance of the building, where the Tamarac Bridge is located.
Masks are still required in all areas where clinical and health care services are provided: outpatient rehab, diabetes education and community health programs. Entrance to these clinical areas is through the east entrance. Masks must be worn in the lobby and hallways of these clinical areas to comply with federal guidelines. These areas are clearly marked and separated.
Individuals who feel sick are asked not to enter the building, located at 1401 W. Main St., Fremont.
Tamarac manager Amanda Irwin asked individuals coming into the building to please be mindful and respectful of these clinical spaces and make sure to mask before entering them.
Irwin said: “Spectrum Health has conducted a thorough review of our facility at Tamarac to protect health and safety and minimize risks in a mask-free environment, including observing recommended guidelines for distancing, frequent cleanings and optimum high-volume air flow. At the same time, Spectrum Health continues to require masks in clinical settings to comply with federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services guidelines.”
For more information, call Tamarac at 231.924.1600. Call The Skincare Center and Spa at 231.924.7800.
Spectrum Health System, a not-for-profit, integrated health system, is committed to improving the health and wellness of our communities. We live our mission every day with 31,000 compassionate professionals, 4,500 medical staff experts, 3,300 committed volunteers and a health plan serving 1 million members. Our talented physicians and caregivers are privileged to offer a full continuum of care and wellness services to our communities through 14 hospitals, including Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital, 155 ambulatory sites and telehealth offerings. We pursue health care solutions for today and tomorrow that diversify our offerings. Locally-governed and based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, our health system provided $585 million in community benefit in fiscal year 2019. Thanks to the generosity of our communities, we received $30 million in philanthropy in the most recent fiscal year to support research, academics, innovation and clinical care. Spectrum Health has been recognized as one of the nation’s 15 Top Health Systems by Truven Health Analytics®, part of IBM Watson HealthTM.