Need health care services on campus? We’ve got you covered.

With school back in session, we think you shouldn’t have to worry about where to get care while also juggling your class schedule. Which is why we’re here to help you explore your health care options so you know where to go if you need it.

There are a few ways you can access care while you’re at school:

1. Through your primary care provider

If you’re living at home or not too far away in the state of Michigan, get care through your primary care provider (PCP).

If you don’t have a PCP, you can find nearby providers in your network by logging into your MyHealth account and using our Find a Doctor tool.

2. Visit an on-campus health center

If you’re far from home, but still in Michigan, consider visiting an on-campus health center when you’re sick. Many Michigan colleges and universities have on-campus health services that are included in your Priority Health plan. See the full list below:

Find your school

  • Albion College
  • Alma College
  • Aquinas College
  • Calvin College
  • Central Michigan University
  • Ferris State University
  • Grand Valley State University
  • Michigan State University
  • Northern Michigan University
  • Oakland University
  • Saginaw Valley State University
  • Spring Arbor College
  • Western Michigan University
  • For more information on locations, hours and appointment scheduling, search your school’s website for on-campus health centers or call their student service number.
  • Is your college or university not on the above list? Search for providers in your network through our Find a Doctor tool, located in your MyHealth account.
  • Going to school outside of Michigan? See below for information on emergency and urgent care services. For all other information about your benefits, check your plan documents in your MyHealth account.

3. Through your phone or mobile device, with virtual care

Get care from the comfort of your dorm room with virtual care. Available 24/7, virtual care is great for treating conditions like nausea, fever, cold and flu, sinus infections and more.

Your PCP may have virtual care solutions, or you can visit your MyHealth account to access a convenient option.*

*If you’re outside the state of MI, use MDLive for virtual care.


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