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MyUofMHealth Patient Portal Michigan Medicine

Your Connection to Michigan Medicine. The MyUofMHealth Patient Portal is a secure way to manage your health, offering a 24/7 connection to Michigan Medicine and your important health information. Through the portal you can: Request appointments Pay your bill; Message your care team; Request prescription refills

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URL: https://www.uofmhealth.org/patient-visitor-guide/patient-portal

Community Health Services Programs

Community Health Services is committed to connecting Michigan Medicine to the communities that we serve by providing programs and services that impact quality of life. We believe in: Developing culturally appropriate services. Building a strong foundation of community support. Delivering programs and services as identified by community focus

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Health Screening: Finding Health Problems Early Michigan

Top of the page Health Screening: Finding Health Problems Early Topic Overview Why is it important to find health problems early? Often, the earlier a disease is diagnosed, the more likely it is that it can be cured or successfully managed. When you treat a disease early, you may be able to prevent or delay problems from the disease. Treating the disease early may also make

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Health Library Michigan Medicine

NOTICE: This health information was not created by the University of Michigan Health System (UMHS) and may not necessarily reflect specific UMHS practices. For medical advice relating to your personal condition, please consult your doctor. Complete disclaimer

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Metro Health Hospital Michigan Medicine

Metro Health, affiliated with University of Michigan Health, is headquartered in Wyoming, Michigan. Metro Health provides a complete spectrum of care.

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Lumbar Spondylosis Michigan Medicine

Lumbar spondylosis can usually be diagnosed based on your history of symptoms, a physical exam, and imaging tests. These are tests that produce various kinds of pictures of your body. Such tests include: X-rays. They can help measure the extent of arthritis or injuries to the bones. MRI.

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Healthcare-Associated Pneumonia (Nosocomial Pneumonia

Healthcare-associated pneumonia (nosocomial pneumonia) is pneumonia that you get when you are in a hospital or nursing home. Experts generally consider it a more serious illness than pneumonia that people get in daily life (community-associated pneumonia). This is because the person with healthcare-associated pneumonia may already have a

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COVID-19 Testing Before Surgery, Procedures, or Admission

A nasopharyngeal swab test involves the patient leaning their head back so that a health care provider can gently put a long cotton swab in the back of the nose to get a sample from a specific place in the back of your nose. You may feel slight temporary discomfort and experience tears in your eyes momentarily during the swab test.

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Stages of Sleep Michigan Medicine

Top of the page Stages of Sleep Topic OverviewSleep stages are divided into non–rapid eye movement (non-REM) and rapid eye movement (REM). Non-REM (NREM) sleep Non–rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep has 3 stages: Stage N1 occurs right after you fall asleep and is very short (usually less than 10 minutes). It involves light sleep from which you can be awakened easily.

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penicillin G sodium Michigan Medicine

Health Library Penicillin G sodium is a fast-acting antibiotic that fights bacteria in your body. Penicillin G sodium is used to treat many different types of severe infections, including strep infections, meningitis, anthrax, pneumonia, gonorrhea, and syphilis.

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Menopause and Your Risk for Other Health Concerns

Top of the page Menopause and Your Risk for Other Health Concerns Topic OverviewMenopause is the point in a woman's life when she has not had her period for 1 year. Menopause is a natural part of growing older. You don't need treatment for it unless your symptoms bother you. But it's a good idea to learn all you can about menopause. Knowing what to expect can help you stay

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barberry Michigan Medicine

Barberry has been used in alternative medicine as an aid in treating dental plaque (tartar), swollen gums (gingivitis), kidney or bladder problems, stomach cramps, bowel problems, gout, arthritis, circulation problems, and other conditions. However, the use of barberry in these conditions has not been proven with research to be effective.

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Find a Doctor Michigan Medicine

Utility menu for UofMHealth.org. Patient Portal Login; For Health Providers; Maps & Directions; About Us; Make a Gift; Michigan Medicine Careers; News

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Make an Appointment Michigan Medicine

Visit uofmhealth.org to learn how we are keeping our patients safe from exposure to COVID-19. To schedule a clinic visit or procedure related to any digestive or liver related condition, contact the appropriate Call Center listed below. GI Clinic Call Center: 888-229-7408. GI Behavioral Health Program: 1-888-229-7408.

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Antiphospholipid Syndrome

Antiphospholipid syndrome (APS) is a condition that can cause blood clots to form in the body’s blood vessels, which can lead to serious, even life-threatening health problems. APS is an autoimmune disorder. These disorders cause the body’s immune system, which is there to protect the body from disease and infection, to attack healthy cells

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Men's Health Michigan Medicine

Top of the pageLearning Center Men's Health Learn about men's health Men have a lot of unique health issues. Our topics can teach you about everything from hair loss to an enlarged prostate. Are you wondering whether you should have a PSA test? Or what you can do about erection problems? You will find lots of information here to help you make good health decisions and live

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Apple Watch Study provides an unprecedented look at the

3 hours ago · Researchers in the health and wellness space have typically relied on people to report their personal health data, like activity levels, heart rate or blood pressure, during brief snapshots in time. Wearable health devices, such as the popular Apple Watch, have changed the game, surfacing meaningful data that can paint a more complete picture

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Conditions & Treatments: a Michigan Medicine

Arrhythmogenic Cardiomyopathy (AC and ARVC) Arterial (Artery) Disease. Arteriosclerotic Aortic Disease. Arthritis and Joint Inflammation. Arthritis of the Ankle. Arthritis of the Hip. Arthritis of the Knee. Assisted Ventilation Clinic. Asthma.

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Foot Problems: Finding the Right Shoes Michigan Medicine

Health Library; Footwear plays a large role in the development of foot and toe problems such as bunions, calluses and corns, and hammer, claw, and mallet toes. Shoes that don't fit properly make these conditions worse and more painful. But wearing the right shoes may help keep foot problems from becoming worse.

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For Patients Michigan Medicine

For Patients. Our patients and their families come first! That’s why we do everything we can to help you get better and stay better – and that includes making your stay with us as stress-free as possible. If you have a question, please ask your floor or unit nurse – or, while you are in other parts of the medical center, any UMHS staff

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Our Services and Appointments Michigan Medicine

Our Services and Appointments. With the exception of primary care for adults we are now scheduling appointments and are open for patients. Please click through the clinics below to learn more or schedule an appointment. If you're not sure where to begin, call us at (248) 305-4400. The Northville Health Center offers a variety of services for

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Health Management University of Michigan

COVID-19. , Health Care Delivery, Policy, and Economics. , Picking health insurance for 2022? Check this guide to avoid a common mistake. You’ll thank yourself later if you open a tax-free account or save in other ways for next year’s health costs. Kara Gavin. October 15, 2021 11:17 AM.

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Ask the Experts Online Web Chats Michigan Medicine

Our “Ask the Experts” web chats are designed to offer tips and information about hot topics in health and wellness. We bring together panels of doctors, researchers, and other health specialists to give you the facts and answer your burning questions. Upcoming Web Chats Breast Reconstruction - Your Questions Answered October 22, 2020 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Watch on the Michigan

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Health Tech University of Michigan

Health Tech. More Articles About: COVID-19, ECMO offers sickest COVID patients a chance to survive, but a slimmer one than previously thought New findings show importance of carefully selecting patients for a critical care treatment requiring intense staffing, specialized equipment and advanced expertise.

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Children's Health University of Michigan

Health Screenings, Immunizations and Illnesses, Hospitals & Centers, Back to school during the delta surge: 8 things parents should know. A pediatric infectious diseases expert weighs in on mask-wearing, when to keep sick kids home and measures to keep schools open this s. Beata Mostafavi.

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Michigan Medicine Careers and Employment

The University of Michigan is a top-ranked academic institution and medical center, providing exceptional care and rewarding careers. To view current job opportunities, choose either of the following links: To view our nursing and Allied Health jobs visit umhscareers.org. (link is external)

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Umbilical Hernia: Should I Have Surgery

NOTICE: This health information was not created by the University of Michigan Health System (UMHS) and may not necessarily reflect specific UMHS practices. For medical advice relating to your personal condition, please consult your doctor. Complete disclaimer

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Maintaining Vocal Health Michigan Medicine

Maintaining Vocal Health. If possible, optimize the environment where your voice is used. Increase or decrease use of absorbent materials to modify acoustics of environment. Control or reduce levels of ambient noise in and around area. Optimize layout of area to support voice use (e.g., eliminate barriers).

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LGBTQ+ Health Michigan Medicine

The Advisory Committee for the Advancement of LGBTQ Health at Michigan Medicine (ACALHM) aims to create enduring and affirming spaces to promote the health and well-being of patients, families, learners, staff, faculty, and visitors of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions at Michigan Medicine.

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Women's Health University of Michigan

Women's Health. More Articles About: Wellness and Prevention, Womens Health, Pelvic Problems, Urinary Incontinence, Von Voigtlander Women's Hospital, Community Health, Gynecology , Leaky bladder? The problem might be in your head. Research suggests that, for many women, a simple change in thinking could dramatically improve bladder control.

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Foot and Ankle Conditions Michigan Medicine

For example, we are one of the few health care providers in Southeast Michigan to offer total ankle replacement. It is a good surgical option for patients with severely damaged joints who want freedom from pain and greater mobility. The procedure involves replacing the entire ankle joint with a prosthesis made up of metal and plastic.

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Global Patient Care Michigan Medicine

The University of Michigan Health System is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and includes three hospitals and 40 outpatient locations. The Health System is a community of more than 26,000 faculty and staff who are finding new ways to understand, diagnose, treat, manage and prevent many human diseases.

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Liver Disease and Hepatology Michigan Medicine

Other Information About Digestive and Liver Health. To see related gastroenterological medical services we offer, visit our Digestive and Liver Health overview page. Make an Appointment. To make an appointment with the University of Michigan Hepatology Program, call 844-233-0433.

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Michigan Medicine

A. Alfred Taubman Health Care Center. Ann Arbor Planned Parenthood. Briarwood Center for Reproductive Medicine. 734-763-6295 Opt. 1 . Briarwood Center for Women, Children and Young Adults. Briarwood Family Medicine. 734-539-5000 . Briarwood Health Associates. Briarwood Hearing Rehabilitation Center.

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Mental Health Assessment Michigan Medicine

A mental health assessment is done to: Find out about and check on mental health problems. This can include anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, dementia, and anorexia nervosa. Help tell the difference between mental and physical health problems. Check a person who has been referred for mental health

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14 Things to Do If Someone You Live With Has COVID-19

For more than 100 years, nurses and other health care workers have followed basic steps to take care of people with contagious diseases, while protecting themselves from infections. If someone you live with has COVID-19 symptoms but isn’t sick enough to need a hospital, now it’s your turn to provide “supportive care” while protecting

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11 myths about COVID vaccines and kids

Health officials are, however, monitoring a very rare occurrence of heart inflammation after the vaccine, known as myocarditis. Symptoms of this suspected immune response are usually mild, treated with ibuprofen and resolve after a couple of days.

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donepezil and memantine Michigan Medicine

Top of the page donepezil and memantine Pronunciation: doe NEP e zil and mem AN teen Brand: Namzaric What is the most important information I should know about donepezil and memantine? Follow all directions on your medicine label and package. Tell each of your healthcare providers about all your medical conditions, allergies, and all medicines you use.

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Orchiectomy for Prostate Cancer Michigan Medicine

Top of the page Orchiectomy for Prostate Cancer Surgery OverviewOrchiectomy is the removal of the testicles. The penis and the scrotum, the pouch of skin that holds the testicles, are left intact. An orchiectomy is done to stop most of the body's production of testosterone, which prostate cancer usually needs in order to continue growing.

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Hearing Loss & Hearing Testing Michigan Medicine

Patients receive their test results on the same day as their appointment, and results are instantly sent to the electronic medical record for other health care providers to access. Electrocochleography (ECoG) Electrocochleography evaluates the electrical signals generated by the inner ear.

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Interactive Tool: Which Health Screenings Do You Need

Top of the page Interactive Tool: Which Health Screenings Do You Need? What does this tool help you learn?This tool is for adults age 21 and older who are not pregnant. It asks you questions about your health and your health history. Then it creates a list of screening tests you may need. You can print the list and take it with you when you visit your doctor.

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Wellness & Prevention University of Michigan

Health Care Delivery, Policy, and Economics, COVID-19 Vaccine, Emergency & Trauma Care, Long wait at the emergency room? What to consider before heading in. While COVID-19 and other illnesses stretch hospitals thin, two emergency physicians share the safest ways to get medical care wh.

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St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea Hospital Michigan Medicine

A joint venture between St. Joseph Mercy Health and University of Michigan HealthSt. Joseph Mercy Health and University of Michigan Health have partnered to provide care through a joint venture at St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea. The coming together of our two award-winning health systems allows us to share knowledge, resources, best practices, patient protocols and more to drive

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Introducing the Next Generation of Patient Care Michigan

Introducing the Next Generation of Patient Care. Michigan Medicine is devoted to excellent patient care. That’s why we’re resuming construction of a new facility that will modernize and transform inpatient and surgical care and increase patient access on the Ann Arbor medical campus. The new 12-story hospital will house 264 private rooms

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Lifestyle University of Michigan

The Visuals Behind the Stories. Look through 5 of the most eye-catching images and videos that helped define some of the Michigan Health blog articles over the …

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Survey assesses student mental health needs in Detroit schools

TRAILS is a school mental health program designed to increase youth access to evidence-based mental health services. It provides professional development, resources and implementation support to school partners in effective practices that are appropriate for the school setting, such as cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness.

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Flu (Influenza) Michigan Medicine

0:00. 0:00 / 0:15 •. Live. •. Influenza (also called flu) is a viral infection that attacks the nose, throat and lungs. Flu symptoms usually last three to seven days. The flu is different from a cold and typically causes more severe symptoms and complications than cold viruses. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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