24-Hour Nurse Line
Talk to a registered nurse about minor symptoms by phone, day or night.
24-Hour Nurse Line
A registered nurse is just a phone call away for peace of mind
Minor illnesses and injuries often show up when it’s least convenient for you and your family. If your primary care doctor is booked or it’s after their normal business hours, you can call the 24-Hour Nurse Line for assistance with your medical questions. Our nurses can also help:
Share tips for a healthy lifestyle for both you and your family
Answer questions about upcoming surgeries and medical tests
Provide educational materials about rare or chronic conditions
Discuss preventive care like immunizations and screenings
24/7 answers to your medical questions
A registered nurse can provide home health advice for your symptoms or can help you make the decision if you should self-treat your symptoms or see a doctor.
No-cost and quick advice
An average call with a registered nurse typically lasts a few minutes. That means quick answers for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Blue Care Network members. And the cost is $0.
Remember to coordinate all your care with your pirmary care doctor and follow up with them after receiving care.
24-Hour Nurse Line highlights
Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO members
Blue Care Network HMO members
TTY users call 711.
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Please note: You should not use the 24-hour nurse line for medical emergencies.
The information contained on this webpage is for educational purposes only. Nothing on this webpage is intended to be, nor should be used as or relied upon as, professional medical advice. Nothing contained on this webpage is intended to be used for medical diagnosis or treatment. For medical advice, or to receive medical diagnosis or treatment, consult with your health care provider.