Michigan Medicine

  1. January 19, 2022

    Michigan Medicine offering gun locks to those in crisis

    A new effort to reduce the risk of firearm injury by offering free gun locks and educational resources to people receiving care for a mental health crisis is now under way at Michigan Medicine.

  2. January 13, 2022

    Bare shelves in the blood bank threaten patient care

    A critical nationwide blood shortage threatens the ability to provide many types of patient care at U-M. Robertson Davenport, director of the blood bank at Michigan Medicine, is urging every eligible person to schedule an appointment to donate. An added incentive is the four-university Big Heart Blood Battle that starts Jan. 18.

  3. January 11, 2022

    COVID-19 hospitalizations straining Michigan Medicine resources

    U-M medical leaders say the latest surge in COVID-19 cases has led to delays in lifesaving surgeries, and has prompted a two-week pause on  visitors to Michigan Medicine’s adult hospitals.

  4. January 10, 2022

    Staffer’s musical dreams fulfilled while living in L.A.

    Before she joined U-M a decade ago, Anne Kadrovich rubbed elbows with the likes of Madonna, Gwen Stefani and Michael Jackson.

  5. January 6, 2022

    U-M shares in $18.5M to research COVID-19, other diseases

    Four Michigan universities, including U-M, will receive $18.5 million in federal funds over the next two years to collect and analyze genomic data to address emerging infectious disease threats.

  6. January 4, 2022

    $4M to aid research into effectiveness of NSAIDs, opioids

    A study led by U-M researchers seeks to identify the most effective and safest prescribing strategy to relieve acute pain after a patient heads home after surgery.

  7. December 16, 2021

    Annual report shows U-M thriving during challenging year

    The challenges of operating during the COVID-19 pandemic tested U-M over the past year, but the university rose to meet the challenges “at every turn,” according to the 2020-21 fiscal year annual report.

  8. December 15, 2021

    $30M gift to establish the Ronald Weiser Center for Prostate Cancer

    Regent Ron Weiser has committed $30 million to Michigan Medicine to establish the Ronald Weiser Center for Prostate Cancer, an innovative, patient-focused program in prostate cancer.

  9. December 9, 2021

    COVID-19 volume cutting into other vital U-M medical functions

    U-M’s health system leaders say the hospital organization is facing a dire situation due to the recent wave of COVID-19 cases, which has strained the system and affected patient care.

  10. November 16, 2021

    Expert answers questions about health care spending accounts

    U-M offers faculty and staff the opportunity to pay for eligible health care expenses with pre-tax dollars using a health care Flexible Spending Account, which allows employees to have a set amount taken from their pay before taxes.