UM Student-Run Free Clinic
Saturdays mornings: 8 am - 1 pm by appointment only
Wednesday afternoons: 2 pm - 7 pm by appointment only
How to contact us:
We are now accepting new patients!
If you are a new or existing patient, please complete our intake form and a member of our team will reach out to schedule your appointment. You can also call us at (734) 936-7804 or email us at email@example.com for any non-urgent medical advice, medications, or concerns.
For any urgent concerns, please call 911 or go to your nearest Emergency Department.
Clinic will be closed on:
Wednesday, Nov. 23rd
Saturday, Nov 26th
Wednesday, Dec 21st
Saturday, Dec 24th
Wednesday, Dec 28th
Saturday, Dec 31st
Tips for Storing and Disposing Medications
Question: How should medications be stored?
Know that heat, air, light, and moisture may damage your medicine.
Store your medicines in a cool, dry place. For example, store it in your dresser drawer or a kitchen cabinet away from the stove, sink, and any hot appliances. You can also store medicine in a storage box, on a shelf, in a closet.
If medicine is stored in a bathroom cabinet the heat and moisture from your shower, bath, and sink may damage your medicine. Your medicines can become less potent, or they may go bad before the expiration date.
Also be aware that some liquid medications, including eye drops, insulin, and some suspensions will need to be refrigerated. You can always ask the pharmacist if you are unsure about if a medication needs to be refrigerated.
Question: How/where can medications be disposed?
These are some links to medication take-back programs in the surrounding counties.
Also, the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy holds a Safe Medication Take-Back event biannually (the first Tuesday in October and April) at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor campus. You can reach out to Sarah Vordenberg (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Amy Thompson (email@example.com) for more information about this event.