Location: Third floor
Clinic hours Sept-April:
Mon and Tues: 8 AM – 5 PM
Wed: 8:30 AM - 5 PM
Thurs: 9 AM – 5 PM
Fri: 8 AM – 4:30 PM
Sat and Sun: Closed
* Closed for lunch noon-1 PM
- Routine Women's Health Exams
- Diagnosis and treatment for women's health concerns, including vaginal infections, sexually transmitted infections, menstrual irregularities or problems, pain with intercourse and much more
- Immunizations for HPV, Tdap and flu can be combined with a visit to the Women's Health Clinic; otherwise, please schedule immunizations with the UHS Allergy, Immunization & Travel Health Clinic
How to schedule an appointment:
See Schedule an Appointment. Please tell the scheduler about all needs and concerns so adequate time can be allowed.
Where to learn about contraception (birth control):
- UHS Online Contraception Education Program helps you compare methods and learn costs at UHS
- Method Match is an interactive program to help you select a method, from the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals.
- Clinicians can discuss contraceptive options. Please Schedule an Appointment.
- Free condoms and other safer sex supplies are available for U-M students in UHS Wolverine Wellness (room 2110).
- Products such as condoms, spermicide and lubricants are available at the UHS Pharmacy.
How to get prescription contraception:
- Many methods are available by prescription only.
- To get a prescription, visit a clinician -- see Schedule an Appointment.
- Your clinician may recommend a Routine Women's Health Exam, which may include a pelvic exam and possibly a screening for cervical cancer (e.g Pap test) and discusses contraceptive choice before prescribing. (Pap tests are not necessarily required; your clinician will determine any needs based on your age and medical history.)
- If you want a pelvic exam during your visit, schedule your appointment for when you are not menstruating or when your menstrual flow is very light.
- See Contraception Cost, Insurance and Payment.
- Services at UHS are confidential.
- Sensitive services such as contraception-related visits and testing for sexually transmitted infections (STI) or pregnancy are not billed to a student's insurance while the student is currently enrolled.
- Prescriptions that are billed to prescription insurance may appear on statements. If you have concerns, please contact your insurance company.
- See Confidentiality at UHS for more information.
See Related Staff below.