Do you have "real" doctors at Health Services?
Yes, our physicians are board-certified family practice specialists who can get you the treatment you need when you need it. We'll work with your family doctor or specialist as necessary. Psychiatric services are also available on a referral basis. Do I need to get established as a patient before being seen?
As a CMU student you are eligible to use the services at our clinic, as soon as you have your CMU I.D. card. Faculty and Staff are also eligible for some services at University Health Services. Do you do ADHD testing?
Psychological testing is performed at the Carl's Center in the Health Professions Building. Contact (989) 774-3904 for more information.
Do you take my insurance? We can bill all insurances, and we participate with many health and prescription drug plans. For specific questions on billing and insurance, go to billing and insurance page.
What if I have insurance, but don't have a copy of the card, can I still be seen? Yes. If you have health insurance but do not possess a copy of the card, click here to fill out your insurance information, print it out and bring it with you at the time of your visit. Many students obtain this information from a parent or guardian via a phone call. Another option is to have the subscriber (typically a parent) fax a copy of both sides of the insurance card to 989-774-4335 including subscriber information such as birthdate and address.
What if I don't have health insurance, can I still be seen? Yes. Charges can be billed to your student account, paid at time of service, or paid through a payment plan. For more information on payment plans, contact our billing office at 774-3059.
Can I just walk in? Students should schedule routine medical appointments at times that do not conflict with their classes. Appointments can be made by calling the appointment desk at (989) 774-5693 or come to the Health Services reception desk (Foust 200) to schedule an appointment in person. "Walk in" services are available as scheduling dictates. These are designed for acute minor illness or injury that cannot wait for an appointment. Typically, we have more openings in the early morning hours than in the afternoon. If you are ill, call as early in the day as possible to ensure the likelihood of a same day appointment.
Located in the Towers, (Troutman 103) is a walk in clinic open Monday - Thursday afternoons. This clinic is designed for illness or injury. Routine medical appointments should be scheduled at the Foust 200 clinic, by calling (989) 774-5693.
What if I don't have transportation? Free bus service is available, click here for campus routes.
Do I have to have all my immunizations to come to CMU? Immunizations are not required at CMU, however, the meningitis vaccine is highly recommended. See meningitis vaccine for more information.
Are there health forms that need to be submitted before coming to CMU? Health forms are highly recommended to be submitted. These forms are available by accessing the patient portal located on the main page of the website.
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