What is UHS?
UHS is a health care clinic located on the central campus of the University of Michigan. With approximately 70,000 visits per year, UHS is a highly utilized campus resource, part of the Division of Student Affairs. Please note that UHS is not the UM Health System (hospitals and clinics).
UM students, faculty, staff and others affiliated with UM are eligible to visit UHS. For students who are enrolled for the current semester on the Ann Arbor campus, most UHS services are covered by the health service fee, which is paid as part of tuition. See Who Can Use UHS? for eligibility to use UHS and Free or Fees for Students for coverage through the health service fee.
UHS provides ambulatory care, with no overnight stays. Through our Medical Clinics, UHS can meet most health care needs. We also offer specialized services through our:
- Allergy, Immunization and Travel Health Clinic
- Eye Care Clinic and Optical Shop
- Women's Health Clinic
- Nutrition Clinic
- Physical Therapy
- Specialty Clinics
To visit UHS, Schedule an Appointment. See also Tips for Using UHS. UHS offers medical advice by phone 24/7, which may save a trip to UHS, the ER or an urgent care facility -- see Medical Advice by Phone.
Our Clinical Staff are fully licensed and well experienced. They include more than 25 physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and nurses.
In addition to providing health care services, UHS also promotes and protects the health of the campus community through Health Promotion and Community Relations. Be sure to check out our Health Topics A-Z for health info.