Michigan Medicine

1500 E. Medical Center Dr.
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, 4, 23, and 63 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 the University of Michigan Health, which itself includes C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, Von Voigtlander Women’s Hospital, University Hospital, the Frankel Cardiovascular Center, Rogel Cancer Center, U-M Health West, and Sparrow Health System. 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 6,225 nurses handle more than 46,000 admissions and 2.64 million outpatient visits each year. Michigan Medicine researchers receive more than $500 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 umhealthresearch.org. For a patient & visitor guide, visit uofmhealth.org/patient-visitor-guide-0

University Hospital, Michigan Medicine’s primary adult medical and surgical hospital, has 1,107 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:

Cardiovascular Center: (888) 287–1082
Gastroenterology: (888) 229–7408 
Geriatrics Center: 4260 Plymouth Rd., (734) 764–6831, (877) 865–2167
Kellogg Eye Center: 1000 Wall, (734) 763–8122
MedSport Physical Therapy: 2121 Oak Valley (A2Ice3) and 24 Frank Lloyd Wright Dr., (877) 877–9333, (734) 930–7400
Neurology/Neuroscience: (734) 936–9020
Psychiatry: Main campus and Rachel Upjohn Bldg., 4250 Plymouth Rd., (800) 525–5188
Sleep Disorders Center: Multiple locations, (734) 936–9068
Transplant Center: (734) 936–7491
Travel and Immunization Clinic: (734) 647–5899
University Health Service: 207 Fletcher, (734) 764–8320

Trinity Health Ann Arbor Hospital

Address: 5301 McAuley, Ypsilanti
Emergency department: (734) 712–3000
General information: (734) 712–3456
Patient information: (734) 712–3773
Physician referral: (734) 712–5400, (800) 231–2211
Volunteer services: (734) 712–4159
Website: trinityhealthmichigan.org

Directions: Trinity Health Ann Arbor Hospital is between Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti in Superior Township. AAATA bus routes 3 and 24 serve the main hospital entrance.

Description: Trinity Health Ann Arbor is a member of Trinity Health Michigan. Programs include cancer care using the CyberKnife radiosurgery system and da Vinci robotic surgery, including a minimally invasive heart bypass. The hospital has participated in hundreds of cancer clinical trials.

The 537-bed acute care hospital offers complete medical and surgical inpatient and outpatient care, including cardiology, cancer care, obstetrics and other women’s and children’s health services (including a neonatal intensive care unit), physical medicine and rehabilitation, orthopedics, neurosciences, senior health, emergency services, including a specialized senior emergency room, home care, and hospice.

Trinity Health Michigan is a member of Livonia-based Trinity Health, the second largest Catholic health care system in the country. As a Catholic affiliate, Trinity Health does not routinely perform vasectomies or female sterilizations, and does not perform abortions.

Major programs and facilities, all on the main campus unless noted, include:

Cancer Care Specialty Center: (734) 712–4673
Center for Digestive Care: (734) 434–6262
Emergency and Trauma Center: (734) 712–3000
Home Care and Hospice: 34505 W. Twelve Mile Rd., ste. 100, Farmington Hills, (734) 343–7500
Huron Oaks: Mental health services, including partial hospitalization and adult residential unit; (734) 712–5850
Michigan Heart & Vascular Institute: (734) 712–8000
Michigan Orthopedic Center: (734) 712–5755
Pain Institute: (734) 712–7246

Rehabilitation Services: (734) 712–8674
Reichert Health Center: Outpatient care, (734) 712–5300
Senior Health Bldg.: Houses Senior Health Services and Lifeline Emergency call services; (734) 712–5189
Sleep Disorder Center: (734) 712–2276
Trinity Health/Ellen Thompson Women’s Health Center: (734) 712–5800

Veterans Affairs Ann Arbor Healthcare System

Address: 2215 Fuller
Information: (734) 769–7100, (800) 361–8387
Veterans Crisis Line: (800) 273–8255, press 1
Volunteer services: (734) 845–3467
Website: annarbor.va.gov

Description: VAAAHS serves over 70,000 veterans living in southeast Michigan and northwest Ohio. The main campus houses 102 acute care inpatient beds, a 40-bed community living center, and a clinical building for outpatient, diagnostic, and surgical services. As the major VA referral facility for the Lower Peninsula, the health system supports numerous specialty programs, including a cardiac center, neurosurgery, hemodialysis, intensive psychiatric care, cochlear implantation, and cancer treatment, as well as diagnostic radiology.

The facility offers special treatment programs for Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans, women veterans, those with spinal cord injuries, former prisoners of war, and others. VAAAHS includes outpatient clinics in Adrian, Canton, Flint, Howell, Jackson, and Toledo.

The Ann Arbor facility also houses clinical, basic sciences, and health services research programs, and a geriatric research, education, and clinical center. More than 140 VA researchers work here on more than 400 projects in such areas as cardiovascular disease, cancer, hypertension, and diabetes. A major teaching facility, VAAAHS is affiliated with the U-M Medical School and 40 other colleges and universities, and provides training to more than 1,200 people yearly. It employs more than 3,100 staff and has more than 1,200 volunteers.