Updated for Summer 2014
How to use University Health Service (UHS):
U-M summer program participants ages 10 and older are eligible to use UHS.
For some services, UHS will bill eligible insurance. For other services or products (for example, medications), campers must pay at time of service.
Program staff must accompany the minor to UHS.
Bring the participants’ insurance information, credit card authorization, parent/ guardian’s consent for treatment, and medical history form.
For urgent medical needs (e.g. infection, high/persistent fever, pain, injury, dehydration, etc.), call whenever possible, because our nurses may be able to provide medical advice by phone that could save a trip to UHS or the emergency room:
When UHS is open, call 734-764-8320, or you can go to UHS (wait time varies)
When UHS is closed, call 866-204-1082 for advice about self-care or seeking care
UHS hours May - August:
Mon, Tues, Wed: 8 AM - 4:30 PM
Thursday: 9 AM - 4:30 PM
Friday: 8 AM - 4:30 PM
Sat, Sun and holidays: Closed except for three Saturdays when UHS is open 9 am - noon for urgent concerns: May 3 and 10, and August 30, 2014
207 Fletcher Street (between Washington and North University). See more at Location, Parking and Transportation.
In an emergency:
If a participant has a life-threatening emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital emergency room (the U-M Health System). Wait times vary.
Participants who visit an emergency room or urgent care center are responsible for all costs incurred.
Bring the participant’s insurance information, credit card authorization, parent/ guardian’s consent for treatment, and medical history form.
If you’re not sure what to do, you can call the UHS Nurse Advice Line for advice about self-care or seeking care. See numbers above.
For medical concerns, see numbers above.
For UHS Summer Program Enrollment, contact coordinator Patricia Beranek via email email@example.com , or call 734-647-4015.