University Health Service

Viral Hepatitis and Hepatitis A Concern

Washtenaw County Health Department has identified a case of hepatitis A in a local restaurant worker. They are alerting residents and guests to the possible exposure and recommending prompt response. 


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Pertussis (Whooping Cough)

Pertussis causes violent coughing that may last for months, and it can be especially dangerous in young children and the elderly.

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Stay in the Blue: Download the app!

Staying in the Blue can help you get what you want while avoiding the stuff you don't want, by keeping your blood alcohol content (BAC) at .06 or below.

Stay in the Blue: .06 or below, non-drinkers are always in the Blue

Flu and Vaccination

Flu is already on campus. Getting a flu shot every year is one of the best ways to prevent flu and protect our community. Flu shots are available at UHS and at campus clinics. And you can help U-M win the Ultimate Flu Vaccination Challenge!

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Wolverines Wash

In just 15+ seconds, you can reduce your risk of getting sick, as well as help protect others. That's why Wolverines Wash! 

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Access & Hours

Call 734-764-8320 to schedule or to talk about a health concern.
Appointments are required for most medical services.
For urgent concerns, call for Nurse Advice, available day or night.

UHS is open Sept-April:

Mon, Tues, Wed:  8 AM – 5 PM
Thurs:  9 AM – 5 PM
Fri:  8 AM – 4:30 PM
Sat: 9 AM - Noon →
  • Only for currently enrolled U-M students (Ann Arbor campus ) and UHS Prepaid Plan members
  • For urgent health concerns, no appointment needed;
  • Pharmacy and Laboratory are open, however only laboratory tests ordered that day will be performed
Sun: Closed