Keeping You Safe from Exposure to COVID-19
Our commitment to giving patients a safe, reliable place to receive care has always been our priority. In addition to our standard rigorous infection control measures, we have taken a number of steps to ensure our facilities remain safe. Visit our Keeping Our Patients Safe page on UofMHealth.org to learn more.
For information about mask safety, visit our Mask-Wearing to Prevent COVID-19 page on UofMHealth.org.
More Access to Non-COVID Care
During the height of the pandemic, we reduced elective surgeries and other non-emergency services. Now Michigan Medicine is re-opening access through a safely phased approach and we are ready to serve you.
Visit our Seeking Medical Care During COVID-19 page on UofMHealth.org to learn more about how we are approaching various types of care, including emergencies. For information about seeking care at the Frankel Cardiovascular Center, call us at 888-287-1082 or visit the Make a Cardiovascular Appointment page.
Expanded Virtual Care Options
We have expanded our E-Visit and Video Visit offerings to best serve you. To learn more about E-Visits and Video Visits, go to our Virtual Care page on UofMHealth.org. To make an appointment with a cardiologist or other heart specialist, or to learn what types of virtual care are available for your cardiovascular condition, call us at 888-287-1082 or visit our Make a Cardiovascular Appointment page.
Patient-Specific COVID-19 Guidelines
Michigan Medicine physicians and clinics have developed COVID-19 guidelines for a variety of patient groups, including those with diabetes, congenital heart disease, and heart failure. Visit our COVID-19 Patient-Specific Guidelines page on UofMHealth.org to view the guidelines.
General COVID-19 Information
For the latest updates on COVID-19 at Michigan Medicine, including information about COVID-19 case numbers and FAQs, visit the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update page on UofMHealth.org.
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