For patient safety, appointments are required for all clinic visits. Patients should call 734-764-8320 to be scheduled.
If you're wondering, "What do my test results mean?" Keep reading to learn how to respond in various situations.
IMPORTANT: If you test positive for COVID-19 with a rapid antigen test, report your results and begin the isolation process linked below.
On August 4, 2022, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services declared monkeypox, also known as MPV, a public health emergency. This action may have caused concern and anxiety in members of our campus community; however, the risk of contracting MPV remains low. Below you will find the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions UHS has received about MPV.
At-home rapid (antigen) tests can be taken at home or anywhere. They're easy to use and they produce quick results. You can use these tests regardless of vaccination status, whether or not you have symptoms, or if you have had a known or unknown exposure. See a list of FDA-authorized at-home tests here.
Students, do you know that University Health Service can be one of your best campus resources?
Whether you're new to U-M or are well on your way to graduation, you'll find that UHS offers so much. Students often tell us, "I wish I would have known!"
Here's what you'll want to know about getting health care while you're a student at the University of Michigan:
UHS is here for you. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, UHS remains open to serve you. As always, our primary concern is your safety and well-being, and we are offering telehealth and virtual services for your convenience and protection.
A parent or legal guardian must give consent in order for U-M students who are minors (under age 18) to receive health care services at University Health Service (UHS). This page provides a form to document cosent.
Knowing what type of health care you need can save you time and money.