The University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center New Patient Coordination Center is just a phone call away to answer your questions or to assist you in making an appointment.
Call us at 888-287-1082 or e-mail us (CVCCallCtr@med.umich.edu) to make an appointment or for the answers to any questions you may have about:
- Treatment options
- Information about our doctors or other care providers
- Assistance in arranging appointments
- Clinical research trials
- Services for family members and other loved ones
- Support services
Our highly trained new patient coordinators are waiting to serve you in any way we can.
Frequently Asked Questions About Becoming a U-M Cardiovascular Center Patient
What are the areas of specialty at the U-M CVC?
The University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center specializes in a variety of critical services for heart and vascular diseases. Read more on the Heart and Vascular Care page about all of the different services we provide from heart rhythm disorders to women's heart health and stroke. Or, just call us toll-free at 888-287-1082.
How do I get an appointment at U-M CVC?
Many of our services require a referral from your doctor; talk to him or her about arranging one. If you’re interested in a first-time evaluation or diagnosis, you may contact us toll-free at 888-287-1082.
Will I have to wait a long time for an appointment?
If you have a condition or symptom that requires immediate attention, we can arrange to see you immediately. Appointments for evaluations can usually be made within 3 or 4 weeks. Additional testing or consultation may take longer.