Research at UMHS: Creating a healthier future: We are a national powerhouse in biomedical research, with thousands of scientists, physicians, trainees & staff working together to better understand, detect & treat a broad array of human diseases, and improve health care delivery.
Training tomorrow’s doctors: We have one of the nation’s largest and most-respected programs of residencies & clinical fellowships that train new physicians in primary & specialty care.
Fueled by generosity: The importance of philanthropy to UMHS:Our ability to serve patients, discover new knowledge, train the next generation of science and medical professionals, recruit the best minds and provide excellent surroundings for all our activity depends heavily on the gifts we've received in the past -- and those we will receive in the future.
Outpatient care across UMHS:From our main and east medical campus to our newest location in Northville, more than 1.9 million patient visits each year occur at our ambulatory, or outpatient, centers. Learn more about how we bring our care to the community.
Cancer Care at UMHS: For more than 25 years, our Comprehensive Cancer Center has helped lead the nation in caring for common and rare cancers, performing pathbreaking research, and training tomorrow's cancer specialists.
Cardiovascular Care at UMHS: From disease prevention to the most advanced heart-assisting devices, our Frankel Cardiovascular Center offers a wide range of clinical services, and studies every aspect of the cardiovascular system while training the cardiac specialists of the future.
Children’s & Women’s Care at UMHS: Our long history of specialized care for infants, children and pregnant women continues today, with a grand new facility that houses many of our pediatric and OB/Gyn services.
Emergency services and Survival Flight: For patients from around the state, and beyond, who need emergency care and rapid air medical transportation, our skilled teams are here around the clock.
Transplant care and research - Our teams help patients prepare for, receive and live better with transplanted kidneys, hearts, lungs, livers, pancreases, bone marrow and corneas.
Our global focus on health: From Ghana and Brazil to China and Ukraine, U-M physicians and researchers – and those training to enter those professions – address urgent and long-term health needs.
Going green in health care and research: For more than a decade, we’ve been working hard to improve the environmental sustainability of all that we do, from running our buildings to performing lab work. Here’s just a glimpse of our efforts.
Industry interaction policies: We were one of the first medical institutions in the country to place strong limitations on the interactions between our clinicians and representatives of companies that make or sell medications, medical devices or other products. We have continued to add new limitations that foster appropriate industry relationships that support our clinical, educational, and research missions -- while ensuring that our patient care and research is not influenced by industry bias, and that our students receive fair and balanced education.
Stem Cell Research: The technical, ethical and emotional dialogue over stem cell research can be confusing and even contradictory at times. Yet the science is racing forward at the University of Michigan and around the world. Learning more about all kinds of stem cell research will help everyone make better choices.