The Vocal Health Center is part of the overall U-M Laryngology and Voice Disorders Program. It is a unique Center that provides comprehensive care for the voice and voice disorders, including a Multidisciplinary Clinic for Occupational or Professional Voice Users. Clinical staff at the Vocal Health Center combines expertise from the U-M Health System, and the Vocal Arts Division of the U-M School of Music, Theater and Dance. Patients can be seen by the physician laryngologist, or in the Multidisciplinary Clinic. Triage to the Multidisciplinary Clinic is typically based upon occupational, professional, or other special voice use.
In the Multidisciplinary Clinic, a laryngologist, speech pathologist and voice training specialist work together to provide innovative, tailored care for the speaking or singing voices. We emphasize both treating and preventing voice disorders. Vocal professionals likely to benefit from this care include teachers, attorneys, clergy, singers, media personalities, actors, and others.
The Vocal Health Center has moved its services to the Otolaryngology Clinic at the A. Alfred Taubman Health Care Center effective Tuesday, September 3. All appointments and services formerly provided at the Livonia Center for Specialty Care will be provided at the Taubman Center.