University Health Service

UHS is in the news!

U-M Shifts to Saliva-based Surveillance Testing for COVID-19 - University Record, October 9, 2020

UHS Provides Quick, Reliable Testing to Help Contain COVID-19 on Campus - September 2020

Pop-Up Testing Quickly Identifies more than 220 Negative Results following COVID-19 Cluster Concerns - September 2020

Dr. Rob Ernst, UHS Executive Director and Associate Vice President for Health and Wellness in Student Life,  explains prevention for COVID-19 and more in these videos.


Interview with the Michigan Daily on UHS Response to COVID-19, April 1, 2020


How U-M Staff Can Stay Safe during the COVID-19 Pandemic, April 1, 2020


Keeping U-M Students Safe during the COVID-19 Pandemic, April 1, 2020


The Importance of Social Distancing for COVID-19 Prevention, March 17, 2020

U-M received two Prevention Excellence Awards for its work in the areas of sexual assault prevention and alcohol abuse prevention, and UHS Wolverine Wellness helped lead this work. June 2018.

Staff spotlight:

Kelsey Rose, Wolverine Wellness intern and graduate student in the U-M School of Public Health, wrote "Let's Celebrate Body Diversity, Not Stigmatize It." 

Dr. Joseph Myers, UHS Doctor of Optometry and co-founder of the Eye Health Institute, says in the University Record article 9/15/14, "I've always had interest in helping the people of Jamaica, and now with the university associated with it, it enables me to even further that goal."  Dr. Myers helped to collaboratively design and place the first Pop-up Clinic in Jamaica, described in the Michigan Medicine Headlines 1-19-17. And watch this beautiful video about his work in Jamaica, and vision for taking this work beyond.

Dr. Susan Ernst, Chief of the UHS Women's Health Clinic, says in the University Record article 12/5/16, U-M gynecologist helps women and children in Ethiopia, "I feel like advancing reproductive care for women and working to promote the dignity of all women, particularly those challenged with physical and cognitive disabilities, is my calling."

Julian Weisensel, UHS Graphic Designer, shares his love of classic motorcycles in the University Record article 12/12/16.

Collegiate Recovery Program:

The Collegiate Recovery Program helps students in recovery from alcohol and other drug addiction to succeed at U-M. Here are articles that mention CRP: