We are the Northern Michigan University Health Center, providing care to students and staff as well as their spouses and eligible dependents. Please advise as you approach graduation or if you won't be enrolled in the next semester, so we can assist in transitioning your care with a new provider. In the event a student is no longer enrolled, or suspended from the university, we will assist in getting your records coordinated to your new provider, please be respectful that you are no longer eligible for our services, we need to be available for eligible students and faculty/staff only. Services include our clinic, on-site pharmacy and lab services.
The center offers a wide variety of services, acute care (sore throat, UTI, pink eye, ear infections), annual physical and gynecological exams to HIV/AIDS testing, allergy shots or diabetes care. Referrals to specialists are also available.
The center is staffed by a dedicated clinical staff, our Medical Director is a board-certified physician in family practice.
Appointments are recommended, walk-in patients will be scheduled if there is availability with our providers. No appointments are necessary for immunization and allergen shots If a situation is life threatening, call the campus emergency telephone number 911, or go directly to the Marquette General Hospital Emergency Department. If services are needed after hours or on weekends, there is availability at the Superior Walk In Center at the Upper Peninsula Medical Center from 9a to 9p daily.
Appointments may be made in person or phoned in. Patients eligible for Health Center services should bring their student or employee I.D. card to appointments or services. Reasonable and varying fees are charged for services, immunizations and prescription and over-the-counter medications. Fees may be covered or reimbursed by various health insurance carriers. Please make sure to provide any updates to name, address, phone, email and insurance information.
We care about your health, please advise when seen at the Emergency Room or Walk In Center or other provider, so we may request your records to have a complete record for your visit. Update your current medication list and always let us know if you've had a change in your health that should be on file. The Patient Portal is a great means to communicate safely with our clinic and for you to have access to your health record. We need your current email address and can set you up with the Patient Portal. https://healthportalsite.com/nmuhc