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COVID 19 Notice:

Due to COVID 19, Cadillac Family Physicians follows safety protocols upon entering our building.  You are asked to wear a mask.  You will be screened at the door.  Please preregister for your appointment when possible.  If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, please call the office for instructions.
For additional COVID-19 information from our office, follow this link: COVID 19 Information


Follow this LINK to a helpful video about creating your plan.

  1. Have the “TALK” while you can speak for yourself, and“BEFORE” difficult medical or financial decisions arise.  Clarify preferences with an Advance Care Plan or other legal document.  Everyone 18 years & older needs to “TALK”.
  2. Choose a trusted advocate to speak for you and make decisions about your medical and/or mental health care when you can’t.  One person can be your medical & financial advocate, or they may be different persons.  Advocates must be at least 18, and do not need to be family members or live in the same State.  Without an Advance Care Plan, a medical team is legally required to ask next-of-kin. 
  3. Your Advance Care Plan should make clear your wishes on these questions:i>
    • What’s important for you to live well?
    • What type of care is important to you as your health declines?
    • Would you like to receive CPR if your heart stops, or you stop breathing?
    • Would you consider being on a ventilator/breathing machine?
    • Would you consider a temporary or permanent feeding tube?
    • Are you an organ donor?
    • Where would you like to live?
  4. Learn key medical terms and practices:  DNR (do not resuscitate), CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation), what is a ventilator, and what type of care is given by social worker, hospice worker or primary care provider.
  5. Have documents ready:
    • Advance Care Planning (no attorney required) or 
    • Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care (attorney required) & is effective when you can no longer make your own medical decisions. 
    • Financial Durable Power of Attorney or Will gives authorization to your advocate for financial and property but NOT medical decisions.

    NOTE:  Two adult witnesses (18 years or older) must sign and date the documents on the same day as you.

  6. Tell your advocate where you keep your Advance Care Plan and other legal documents.  Give copies to your healthcare Provider and hospital.
  7. REVIEW Advance Care Plan and legal documents when there are changes to your preferences, your patient advocate, your residence, your diagnosis, or your health significantly declines.
  8. Advance Care Plans may also be used for temporary medical situation from which you expect to fully recover.  When you recover, you return to making your own decisions.

Your friends at Cadillac Family Physicians PC have provided this booklet available for download “Making Your Medical Wishes Known,” to help you discuss and create an Advance Care Plan.  PLAN YOUR “TALK”. Download or request your free your booklet at your next visit to the office.

COVID-19 Testing

If you are having symptoms that could be related to COVID-19, please call our office at 231-775-2493 for a virtual/telehealth visit for evaluation and to schedule an appointment for drive-up testing.

Welcome Dr. Broad

Now Accepting New Patients

Dr. Anne Broad, MD
Board Certified Family Medicine Physician

Dr. Broad was born and raised in Hubbell, a small town located up north in Michigan’s Copper Country. She earned her Bachelor in Science from Michigan Technological University, majoring in pre-medicine and minoring in psychology. Following her undergraduate education, Dr. Broad earned her medical degree at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, spending her clinical years in Traverse City, Michigan.

Loving all that Northern Lower Michigan had to offer, she stayed and completed her residency training at Munson Medical Center in Traverse City. Following residency, Dr. Broad was looking forward to getting back to the small-town life that she grew up with and moved to the Manton area with her husband, and her bulldog, Fudge.

Dr. Broad cares for patients of all ages with all conditions. She has a special interest in women’s health, diabetic management, adolescent health, pediatrics, and loves doing office procedures.

Welcome Dr. Stefanko

Now accepting new patients.

Dr. Kayla Stefanko, DO
“Board Certified” Family Medicine Physician

Dr. Stefanko was raised in Ludington, MI and loved growing up in a small, “up-north” town. She attended Michigan State University where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in Human Biology. Following her undergraduate education, she continued with medical school at Michigan State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her Family Medicine Residency training at Munson Medical Center in Traverse City, MI.

She is married, has a son and a family yellow lab named Charley. The Stefanko family recently moved to the Cadillac area and are very excited to settle into their new “up-north” town.

Treating patients of all ages with all conditions, Dr. Stefanko has a special interest in women’s health, pediatrics, and mental health.

Schedule a Video Visit

Here at Cadillac Family Physicians, we offer a Video Visit using Follow My Health Secure Patient Portal.

You can schedule a Video Visit with a Health Care Provider at Cadillac Family Physicians.

A Video Visit is easiest to accomplish by using your smartphone, tablet or laptop.  You can use a computer if you already have a camera and a microphone set up.
Call us to request a video visit appointment or for more information.

If you require assistance in setting up your Follow My Health patient portal account you may email and we will do our best to contact you by the next business day.

If you are exhibiting symptoms of Corona Virus (COVID-19)

Important information for patients that need to see a physician.

Cadillac Family Physicians have instituted precautions to avoid the spread of COVID-19 in our community.

Please follow these instructions:

If you have a fever, cough, and/or respiratory difficulties, please call our office at 231-775-2493 for instructions.
All patients and visitors that are coming into our office, please be prepared to have your temperature taken as you arrive at the front door. This measure is being taken to minimize exposure and spread of the Corona Virus (COVID-19.)
Please do not bring additional people with you to your appointment unless you need their assistance.
Visit for more information about limiting exposure and spread of the Corona Virus (COVID-19.)
Valuable information regarding Corona Virus (Covid-19) in our state can be found by visiting Michigan Department of Health
Thank you for your cooperation as we work together to reduce the spread of this virus. Please call with any other questions or concerns that you may have.