UHS supports the health and well-being of the campus community through a public health-informed approach that emphasizes prevention, education, and treatment. We are inspired to help students realize their potential, cope with the stresses of life, work productively, and connect meaningfully with others.
We provide integrated, evidence-based, and comprehensive clinical care. Here are some key points to know about getting care at UHS.
- Appointments are required. Schedule through your patient portal or by calling 734-764-8320.
- Nurse advice by phone is available day or night.
- Video visits are available for select services.
News & Recent Events
Travel Abroad Health Insurance for Personal, Study Abroad, and U-M Business Travel
U-M students and current faculty and staff traveling abroad can plan for the unexpected with U-M’s affordable and comprehensive Travel Abroad Health Insurance plans through GeoBlue insurance.
The insurance provides up to $500,000 in medical and behavioral health coverage for those who experience a health problem or accident while traveling outside the US. There are no member deductibles, copays, or coinsurances with this insurance. The cost for personal or study abroad travel insurance is only $1.57 per day. See Travel Abroad Health Insurance for more information.
Nationwide shortage of ADHD medications
The UHS Pharmacy is working diligently to keep the common doses and formulations of ADHD medications in stock. A nationwide shortage is making this difficult. If you have difficulty continuing your current dose of medication we recommend you work with your pharmacy and doctor to see if a combination of strengths or another formulation is available.
COVID-19 public health emergency ending
The COVID-19 public health emergency (PHE) is set to end on May 11, 2023. After May 11, patients may have out-of-pocket costs for COVID-19 tests, at-home COVID-19 tests, and treatments that may have been covered in full during the PHE. Some individuals may have to pay out-of-pocket for COVID-19 vaccines. Coverage for COVID-19 related care will vary depending on your health insurance plan. If you have questions about your coverage for COVID-19 related services, please contact your health insurance’s customer service department.
Information on the university's COVID-19 policies and guidance can be found on the U-M Health Response website.
Reproductive Health Services
In the 2022 Midterm Election, Michigan residents voted to amend the state constitution to establish a new individual right to reproductive freedom. This includes the right to abortion, which remains legal in the state.
As we have in our decades of serving our campus community, University Health Service (UHS) remains committed to providing a full spectrum of high-quality sexual and reproductive healthcare services to our patients.
For more information, please see the public affairs website.