UDM Health Center

Location: 114 West Quad Building, McNichols campus
Hours: 10:00-4:00 M-F (fall and winter hours); 11:00-2:00 M-F (summer hours)

At the UDM Health Center, which is staffed by nurse practitioners, registered students may receive care and treatment for minor illnesses or injuries. A per-service fee is in effect. Consultant services are also available through Providence Hospital. Since the on-campus Health Center is not equipped to handle serious accidents and sicknesses, students will be referred elsewhere for appropriate treatment in these cases.

In addition to the treatment of minor illnesses or injuries, the Health Center offers the following for-pay services. The fee for these services will be billed to your University account. (Information on fees is available at the Health Center.)

  • Physical Exam (for routine annual follow-up, school admission or employment purposes)
  • Immunization
    • Tetanus/Diphtheria
    • Hepatitis B
    • Influenza (Flu)
    • Tuberculosis (TB)
    • Skin Testing (PPD)

When the Health Center is closed, you should seek treatment at Providence Hospital's Express Care, a 24-hour urgent care facility. Providence Hospital is located near the UDM campus at 16001 W. Nine Mile Road, between Greenfield and Providence Drive. Providence Hospital's phone number is 248-471-8566.


If you have an emergency and you are not in the vicinity of Providence Hospital, go directly to the nearest hospital emergency room. For immediate medical assistance dial 911 or, if you are on campus, you can dial 3-1234 to summon campus police.

Prescription Medicines

Pre-packaged prescription medicines available on site. (No need to travel to pharmacy)

Tuberculosis (TB) Testing

To safeguard the health of its students, the University requires that, upon arrival on campus, all new students living in the residence halls and all new international students (except those born and raised in Canada) have a Tuberculosis (TB) skin test performed at the UDM Health Center.