Michigan Medicine Programs and Clinics

Bones, Muscles & Joints

The University of Michigan Comprehensive Musculoskeletal Center team is made up of 250 physicians and hundreds of care providers who specialize in treating conditions of the bones, joint and muscles — including pain management.  Specialists from across our Health System work together to provide the optimum treatment plan for individual patient needs, and our physicians are located in a variety of facilities across Ann Arbor and southeast Michigan for patient convenience.

Brain & Neurological Conditions

The University of Michigan’s multidisciplinary neuroscience team is made up of more than 70 nationally recognized neurologists and neurosurgeons. Leading the way in brain, spine and nervous system care for close to 100 years, patients have access to services that can be found at only a handful of places as well as cutting-edge treatments with the latest research. Learn more about Michigan Medicine Neurosciences programs and clinics.

Digestive and Liver Health

Founded in 1947, the Division of Gastroenterology has established a number of programs and clinics that provide specialized support for patients and their caregivers. Learn more about programs and clinics for digestive and liver conditions.

Eye & Vision Care

The Kellogg Eye Center offers patients the most advanced and comprehensive treatments for all eye conditions and diseases. Our comprehensive eye care and specialty services attract patients seeking the most effective treatments in glaucoma, retinal disease, diabetes-related eye disease, macular degeneration, cataract, corneal disease, trauma, and thyroid eye disease. Learn more about Kellogg Eye Center programs and clinics.

Heart & Vascular Care

Your body's heart and blood vessels form a seamless system, working together to keep your body and mind going strong. So do the many programs, services and people of the University of Michigan Frankel Cardiovascular Center. Learn more about Frankel Cardiovascular Center programs and clinics.

Lung and Respiratory

Pulmonary Diseases and Critical Care specialists at the University of Michigan focus on pulmonary  disorders and critical illnesses, including asthma, COPD and emphysema and cystic fibrosis. Accredited by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, our Cystic Fibrosis Program is the largest of its kind in the state. We have been designated as a Specialized Center of Research for pulmonary fibrosis by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for more than 15 years, and our dedicated LAM (lymphangioleiomyomastosis) Clinic is the only LAM Foundation-approved clinic in the state of Michigan.

Metabolism, Endocrinology  and Diabetes

The Division of Metabolism, Endocrinology & Diabetes offers comprehensive services in the general area of endocrine and metabolic disorders, including diabetes and diabetes complications; abnormalities in body weight; osteoporosis and metabolic bone disease; abnormalities in calcium regulation; and diseases of the thyroid, pituitary and adrenal glands.

Multidisciplinary Programs

Many Michigan Medicine programs and clinics are multidisciplinary, which means physicians from more than one specialty area work together to provide patient care within the program.