Virtual Care is the use of technology that allows you to have a visit with your health care provider without having to come to a clinic or hospital.
With University of Michigan Health Virtual Care, you can access the same world-class care you experience in our clinics, now from the comfort and convenience of home.
Whether you are in the Keweenaw Peninsula or Kerrytown, you can count on expert, personalized care from U-M Health providers, by connecting with them conveniently using your MyUofMHealth Patient Portal account.
Learn more about accessing U-M Health care from home:
- Video Visits
- Urgent Care Video Visits
- 24-Hour Nurse Triage Line
- Patient Monitoring at Home
- Virtual Care FAQs
- Connected Care at Home
Sign up for a MyUofMHealth.org Patient Portal account.
E-visits and Video Visits require a patient portal account.
Download the MyUofMHealth mobile app from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store. You must download the app to access a Video Visit from a mobile device.
If you are in need of an internet connection, use the State of Michigan Online Map of Free Wi-Fi Hotspots to find a public Wi-Fi hotspot location near you.
Note: Patients must be in the State of Michigan to access Virtual Care offerings due to state law or regulations.