U-M Health Hospitals, Health Centers and Affiliates
University of Michigan Health is committed to ensuring Michiganders have access to the right care in the right place. That means keeping care close to home as much as possible by collaborating with hospitals around the state to expand local access to specialty care. It means working with community-based health providers to serve patients near where they live and work, whenever possible.
And, when a patient does have to travel to receive care from one of our specialists, we work to coordinate that care with local providers so patients have a seamlessly integrated experience and can return home for as much of their treatment as possible.
We have developed a number of collaborations and affiliations with health systems, hospitals, and providers throughout the state to fulfill this mission, and we continue to explore opportunities to create new partnerships that best serve the people of Michigan.
In addition to the hospitals and health centers that comprise the academic medical center of the University of Michigan, the U-M Health statewide network of care includes a number of award-winning hospitals and health centers throughout Michigan. Check out a snapshot of our health system “By the Numbers.”
Sparrow Health is Mid-Michigan’s premier health care organization, including hospitals in Lansing, Charlotte, St. Johns, Ionia, and Carson City, as well as a number of health centers throughout the Mid-Michigan region. Sparrow joined U-M Health in April 2023.
UM Health-West serves more than 250,000 patients annually at 30 locations across four counties in west Michigan, including a 208-bed teaching hospital in Wyoming, Michigan.
MyMichigan Health, an affiliate of U-M Health, is headquartered in Midland, Michigan, with medical centers in eight communities around the 25-county service area in central Michigan.
In 2018, U-M Health and Trinity Health Michigan entered into a master affiliation agreement to enable the health systems to work together to create health care solutions in communities each mutually serves. Together, our organizations have a decades-long history of successful collaborations.
Cancer Network of West Michigan
The Cancer Network of West Michigan is a joint venture between Trinity Health and UM Health-West, leveraging the combined resources of two award-winning health systems plus the nationally recognized research offerings of U-M Health Rogel Cancer Center. Together, we bring the best of each of our centers to west Michigan patients so they can receive comprehensive cancer care close to home.
Cardiovascular Network of West Michigan
The Cardiovascular Network of West Michigan is a joint venture between Trinity Health and UM Health West that leverages the clinical expertise of three award-winning heart programs – the open-heart surgery program at Trinity Health Muskegon, the cardiovascular programs at Trinity Health Grand Rapids, and UM Health-West, combined with the nationally ranked expertise of U-M Health Frankel Cardiovascular Center in Ann Arbor.
Chelsea Hospital is a 133-bed, newly renovated hospital that is recognized nationally for quality of care and patient satisfaction. This joint venture between Trinity Health and U-M Health allows both health systems to share knowledge, resources, best practices, and patient protocols to best serve patients in Chelsea and the surrounding communities.
C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital at Trinity Health Oakland
Pediatric specialists from Michigan’s #1 children’s hospital are now available in metro Detroit thanks to our pediatric services joint venture with Trinity Health Oakland.
Physician Organization of Michigan (POM ACO) is an accountable care organization comprised of doctors, hospitals, and other health care providers from across Michigan who work together to provide better, more coordinated treatment while containing health care costs for our patients.
Radiation Oncology Network
The Radiation Oncology Network is a group of seven centers partnering with U-M Health Rogel Cancer Center to provide radiation therapy in Alpena, Ann Arbor, Novi, Southfield, and the Grand Rapids area to bring advanced cancer treatment closer to home for more Michiganders.
Physicians from U-M Health also provide care at a number of other hospitals and health centers through collaborative arrangements with health systems around Michigan. Select examples of these collaborations are listed below:
Emergency Medicine at Hurley Medical Center
Since 1995, U-M Health emergency medicine physicians have provided care for patients in the emergency department and Level I Trauma Center at Hurley Medical Center in Flint, Michigan.
High-Risk Pregnancy Care in the Upper Peninsula
Maternal-fetal medicine specialists from U-M Health Von Voigtlander Women’s Hospital partner with UP Health System to provide high-risk pregnancy care to families in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
High-Risk Pregnancy Care in northern Michigan
Maternal-fetal medicine specialists from U-M Health Von Voigtlander Women’s Hospital partner with Munson Healthcare to provide high-risk pregnancy care to families in northern Michigan.
Inpatient Service at Trinity Health Ann Arbor
U-M Health patients can be admitted to a special U-M Health-staffed inpatient service at Trinity Health Ann Arbor.
Physicians Health Plan
U-M Health is the majority owner of Physicians Health Plan (PHP). PHP provides individual, group, and Medicare coverage in mid-, west, and southeast Michigan, as well as the Saginaw Bay area. PHP serves more than 60,000 members and participates with more than 9,000 providers and 50+ hospitals.