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Welcome to your Student Health Plan
Below you will find useful information about the
University of Michigan
Domestic Student Health Plan
HELPFUL QUICK LINKS
Enroll in U of M Domestic Student Health Insurance Plan
USE YOUR MEDICAL PLAN BENEFITS
Who to contact if you have questions about your health plan
Information on your prescription drug benefits
Access Your 2023 Blue Care Network Custom Select Drug List (bcbsm.com) to find information about your drug coverage and medication options. The list provides options so you and your doctor can decide your best course of treatment. The U of M Student Health Plan is a 6-tier plan.
University Health Service (UHS)
On-campus health services
All currently enrolled UM students on the Ann Arbor campus who pay the health service fee as part of tuition are eligible for services at University Health Service (UHS), and do not pay the Domestic Student Health Plan office visit copay when seen at UHS. When appropriate, UHS can bill your insurance for services not supported by the health service fee, such as medications, certain immunizations, laboratory testing, radiology and eye care.
University Health Service Location: 207 Fletcher St, Ann Arbor, MI 48109
For hours of operation and services provided:
To view a listing of providers that participate in the BCN network in the Dearborn area, visit bcbsm.com/find-a-doctor and search under the University of Michigan Domestic Student Health Plan.
To view a listing of providers that participate in the BCN network in the Flint area, visit bcbm.com/find-a-doctor and search under the University of Michigan Domestic Student Health Plan.
How to search for a doctor or facility
This plan uses the Blue Care Network of Michigan (BCN) provider network within the state of Michigan.
This plan also uses the Blue Cross and BlueShield PPO network through the BlueCard program for students traveling outside of Michigan.
To find a doctor, click on one of the below links:
The plan includes BlueCard, a program of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association. You will have nationwide access to BlueCard Traditional plan physicians and hospitals when traveling outside of Michigan.
Get your medical bills paid
On occasion, you may have to pay for health services yourself. For example, you may have to see an out-of-network doctor who does not accept your insurance. If this occurs, you can seek reimbursement by submitting a Member Reimbursement Form. The Member Reimbursement form can be easily obtained by visiting the BCN website.
Information on behavioral health care options
Your health plan gives you access to a variety of care options and resources to treat mental health and substance use disorder conditions. Options include virtual care, in-person treatment, free resources and more.