Michigan Medicine’s Survival Flight has added a new Bombardier Learjet 75 fixed-wing aircraft to its existing fleet of three rotor-wing aircrafts to serve even more critically injured patients and improve organ procurement services.
Michigan Medicine reported fiscal year-end results today, with an anticipated 2.4 percent ($103 million) operating margin on budgeted operating revenues of $4.3 billion for the academic medical center of the University of Michigan.
Memories resonate in the mind even when it’s not aware of processing them. New research from Michigan Medicine and Rice University takes a step toward understanding why these ripples hint at the bigger picture of how brains sort and store information.
These days, Americans can manage many facets of their lives through the Internet. But a new poll suggests that many older adults still aren’t using online systems to communicate with the doctors and other health care providers they rely on – despite the widespread availability of such systems.
As they start across the stage of the University of Michigan’s historic Hill Auditorium this afternoon, 165 future health care leaders will be students. But when they step off the stage, they’ll be physicians. The 168th graduating class of the U-M Medical School will receive their diplomas in a commencement ceremony capped by an address from the 19th Surgeon General of the United States, Vivek Murthy, MD, MBA.
Few older adults use medical marijuana, a new national poll finds, but the majority support its use if a doctor recommends it, and might talk to their own doctor about it if they developed a serious health condition.
Michigan Medicine, the academic medical center of the University of Michigan, will undertake an architectural planning study for a potential new adult inpatient facility in Ann Arbor. The U-M Board of Regents authorized Michigan Medicine to hire HOK Group, Inc. architects at a cost of $18.4 million to complete a comprehensive assessment for this possible construction project.
A team of microbiologists, systems biologists, infectious disease specialists and epidemiologists from across U-M has been picked to represent the university in STAT Madness, a virtual online tournament of scientific discoveries made in 2017.