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What & Where We Practice

At the U-M Medical School, there is opportunity to learn and experience the delivery of care in any specialty and any setting — from preventive and wellness care in the outpatient setting or delivered virtually via new technologies — to the most specialized services for complex diseases, illnesses and injuries.

We provide a broad range of care, with specialized centers for Alzheimer's disease, cancer, cardiovascular care, depression, diabetes, epilepsy, geriatrics, organ transplant, pediatrics, trauma/burn, vision, and women's health. Our three hospitals have 1,000 licensed beds, and as a tertiary care center, we have 179 intensive care unit beds, one of the largest in the country.

We are also a high-volume surgical center and, as a Level 1 trauma center for adults and children, we have the highest level of care available for emergency conditions, including brain injury, heart attack, stroke, burns and poisoning. We operate a world-renowned Survival Flight program and also provide home care services.

From southeast Michigan to the Upper Peninsula, from east coast to west, and from around the world, we serve anyone who needs our level of expertise — at one of our locations or at one of our affiliated health systems throughout the state. 

Highlighted Clinical Facilities

Explore Michigan Medicine

Learn more about the 20 clinical departments and 9 interdisciplinary institutes and centers that provide patient care as part of Michigan Medicine.