Concerns about COVID-19 are common at this time, and U-M created a central resource with information for everyone in our community. Please refer to it for updates, FAQs, announcements and more:
Important information for U-M students and other UHS patients
UHS is open during our usual business hours, and we are providing health care in new ways to meet your needs.
If you have concerns and need guidance related to possible exposure or test results:
- Please use the patient portal to contact your health care provider (you need an account) or
- Call UHS at 734-764-8320. Nurse Advice is available day or night. (when UHS is closed, nurses cannot give test results, renew prescriptions, or make or cancel appointments)
- For non-urgent matters, call UHS rather than the ER.
Testing: As of 3/30/20, we are following guidance from Washtenaw County Health Department and Michigan Department of Health and Human Services to test only Priority 1 and Priority 2 patients at this time:
Activate your patient portal: It's more important than ever for patients to activate your online MyUofMHealth patient portal. You can do so here.
Please schedule an appointment or call before visiting for health care. By calling, you can get advice about visiting, plus Nurse Advice by Phone day or night. Call 734-764-8320. We have been experiencing high call volume, and we apologize for any delays.
Coping and Practicing Resilience: Tips for U-M Students
Are you feeling off-balance? If so, you’re not alone. Concerns about COVID-19 have brought rapid changes, which can bring stress, anxiety and fear. Your foundation may feel unstable, your grasp and sense of control may feel tenuous. See Coping and Practicing Resilience: Tips for U-M Students.
Videos on COVID-19 from Dr. Rob Ernst
Dr. Ernst explains how to help prevent COVID-19 and more in these videos.
What is University Health Service doing about COVID-19?
UHS is coordinating with Washtenaw County Public Health, Michigan Medicine, the Provost Office, Global Michigan, the International Center, and other university stakeholders regarding response. UHS and Michigan Medicine have implemented additional screening for recent international travelers.