University Health Service


The risk of ebola at U-M and regionally is very low, nonetheless UHS and the U-M Health System (UMHS) are prepared.

Patient care:

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention does not currently recommend screening for ebola in the U.S.


Do you ever feel like your thoughts are racing 100 miles a minute? Or that there’s just too much going on and you can’t find time to breathe? Feeling anxious and overwhelmed may even be affecting your schoolwork and grades. If this sounds familiar, mindfulness-based practices may be for you.

Mind Full, or Mindful?

Stay in the Blue: Download the App!

Check out information on downloading the new app and how to stay safer if you choose to drink. You'll avoid a hangover by drinking moderately or less.

HIV Testing

At UHS, you have two options for HIV testing: confidential and anonymous. Learn how here.




Appointments are required for most medical services, although options are available for urgent concerns. Call 734-764-8320 to schedule or to talk about a health concern.

UHS is regularly open:

Mon, Tues, Wed:  8 AM – 5:00 PM
Thurs:  9 AM – 5:00 PM
Fri:  8 AM – 4:30 PM
Sat: 9 AM - Noon for urgent concerns; Pharmacy open; Laboratory open for tests ordered that day
Sun: Closed