Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Updated November 25, 2020

Latest Information from Michigan Medicine

Updated Visitor Guidelines

Find out about the most recent visitor guideline updates for our clinics and hospitals.

COVID-19 Patient Testing

Find out about COVID-19 testing for all patients with an upcoming surgery, procedure or admission.

COVID-19 Antibody Testing

Learn how to get testing to discover if you’ve had COVID-19 and what the results mean.


If You Think You Have COVID-19

For Patients

Here are three options for Michigan Medicine patients who want to be evaluated for COVID-19. COVID-19 testing at our hospitals and health centers requires a referral, which you can get through the below options.

Call the COVID-19 Hotline

The hotline is available from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., 7 days a week, for Michigan Medicine patients.

Schedule a Virtual Care Visit

Submit an E-Visit or Urgent Care Video Visit for prompt evaluation for COVID-19 using MyUofMHealth patient portal.

Contact Primary Care

Established U-M primary care patients can contact their clinic for evaluation of COVID-19.

Please note: Stay at home and away from others if you are sick. In many cases, COVID-19 can be managed without emergency care. If you are not a Michigan Medicine patient and are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, contact your primary care provider. If you do not have a primary care provider, contact the State of Michigan Coronavirus Hotline at 888-535-6136.

For Employees

U-M Occupational Health Services has established a COVID-19 hotline for Michigan Medicine employees. Call 734-764-8021 to reach U-M Occupational Health.


COVID-19 at Michigan Medicine by the Numbers

Michigan Medicine is posting daily weekday snapshots of our current COVID-19 testing and inpatient count.

For University of Michigan campus data, see the U-M COVID-19 Data dashboard.

For FAQs for Michigan Medicine employees, visit the FAQs: COVID-19 page on Michigan Medicine Headlines.

Patient Data

As of November 25, 1:00 pm

  • Total patients tested for COVID-19 at Michigan Medicine since the pandemic began (includes pending tests): 103,937
  • Total positive tests: 3,998
  • Tests pending (waiting for results): 503
  • Current inpatients that are COVID-19 positive: 90
  • Total COVID-19 patients discharged to date: 1,041
  • COVID-19 patients discharged in the last 24 hours: 16

Discharge numbers include patients discharged to skilled nursing facilities but exclude deaths and discharges to hospice.

Employee Data

March 5 - November 24, 2020

  • Total Michigan Medicine employees tested for COVID-19 since March 5, 2020: 11,323
  • Total tests: 18,200
  • Total positive tests: 947
  • Total discharges of Michigan Medicine employees hospitalized for COVID-19: 24

National COVID-19 Data: For COVID-19 data for the U.S., including case numbers, hospitalization rates, hospital capacity, and more, visit the Cases, Data, and Surveillance page on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website.

 


More Information About COVID-19

For more about COVID-19, including information about symptoms, risk factors, treatments and frequently asked questions, visit the COVID-19 page in the Infectious Disease Conditions & Treatments section of our website .

For information about COVID-19 specific to the state of Michigan, visit the State of Michigan COVID-19 website. To find a COVID-19 testing location, visit the COVID-19 Test Finder page on the Michigan.gov website.

For more up-to-date medical information about COVID-19, including what to do if you're sick, symptoms, data, and more, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) COVID-19 website.

COVID-19 Health Resources, Research and News

Sign up for email updates: Visit the COVID-19 Email Updates page to sign up to receive regular email updates from Michigan Medicine with news and resources about the coronavirus.

Click on one of the links below to read the latest stories and research information from our Michigan Health and Lab blogs and News Room.

Visit the Health Resources, Research and News page for more COVID-19 news and resources.