Office of the Medical Examiner
The Huron County Medical Examiner’s Office continues to serve the residents of Huron County by issuing permits and death certificates, approving cremations, and conducting medical investigations on all unexplained deaths throughout the entire Huron County area.
We work closely with the funeral homes, physician offices, hospitals, EMS and local law enforcement agencies to get a complete record of information on each individual that goes through the ME Office. We maintain a confidential record keeping system provided by the Huron County Health Department.
With our 1st year behind us, we have settled into a productive and efficient system. It takes the dedication of many people to make things work well and we will continue to work to improve our processes, to best serve the needs of Huron County familes and agencies. We look forward to continuing to provide this necessary service to the residents of Huron County, and appreciate everyone’s dedication to this program.
Our office hours are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Huron County Office of the Medical Examiner
1142 S Van Dyke Road
Bad Axe, MI 48413
Main Phone: 989-269-3311
The vision for the Huron County Office of Medical Examiner is to:
- Promote, acquire and maintain the highest professional standards in the field of medicolegal death investigation.
- Provide timely, accurate and legally defensible determination of decedents’ cause and manner of death of death when dying under Medical Examiner jurisdiction.
- Protect the interests of decedents, their loved ones and the communities we are appointed to serve.
The mission of the Huron County Office of Medical Examiner is to provide medico-legal death investigations of any/all deaths requiring a public inquiry to determine the cause and manner of an individual’s death so families might effect resolution and obtain closure; and, in order that the legal and medical community might designate responsibility for deaths and protect public health and safety while following the mandates of the State of Michigan Public Health Code.