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MICHIGAN MEDICINE


Emergency department (734) 936-6666
General information (734) 936-4000
Patient information (734) 615-0872
Physician referral (800) 962-3555
Volunteer services (734) 936-4327
Website uofmhealth.org

Directions: The main Michigan Medical campus and hospitals are accessible from Fuller Rd., Maiden Ln., Glen Ave., or Observatory St. AAATA bus routes 3, 4A, 23, 32B, 60, 63, and 64 serve the main medical campus.

The East Medical Campus, on Plymouth Rd. east of US-23, includes 3 major outpatient buildings. Michigan Medicine satellite locations are scattered throughout the area.

Description: Michigan Medicine includes 3 hospitals, more than 50 health centers, U-M Medical School and the U-M Medical Group physicians' practice. U-M hospitals and outpatient centers provide educational, clinical, and research facilities for students and faculty. More than 3,400 physicians, including residents and interns, and about 5,700 nurses handle more than 49,000 admissions and 2.5 million outpatient visits each year. Michigan Medicine researchers receive more than $490 million in research grants each year, allowing the health system to offer new and experimental treatments. Medical students, residents, and nursing students participate in care under the supervision of faculty physicians. To find out how to participate in clinical research, call (877) 536-4243 or visit umclinicalstudies.org. For information on directions, parking, specific hospitals, and other topics: uofmhealth.org/um_docs/gmaps/ For a guide for patients and visitors: uofmhealth.org/patient+and+visitor+guide

University Hospital, Michigan Medicine's primary adult medical and surgical hospital, has 1,000 beds and houses operating rooms and some outpatient services.

C.S. Mott Children's Hospital and Von Voigtlander Women's Hospital, (877) 475-MOTT. Specialty services for newborns, children, and women. The 1.1 million-square-foot facility has 348 beds, including 50 private maternity rooms and 46 private newborn intensive care rooms.

Major programs and facilities, all on the main medical campus unless noted, include the
Cardiovascular Center (888-287-1082);
Depression and Outpatient Psychiatry (Rachel Upjohn Bldg., 4250 Plymouth, 800-525-5188);
Gastroenterology (888-229-7408);
Geriatrics Center (4260 Plymouth, 734-764-6831, 877-865-2167);
Kellogg Eye Center (1000 Wall, 734-763-8122);
MedSport Physical Therapy (877) 877-9333, (734) 930-7400 (24 Frank Lloyd Wright Dr., and at the A2Ice3, 2121 Oak Valley);
Neurology/Neuroscience (734-936-9020);
Sleep Disorders Center (734-936-9068);
Transplantation (734-936-7491);
Travel and Immunization Clinic (734-647-5899);
University Health Service, (207 Fletcher, 734-764-8320).

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