Health and Wellness
Resources to enhance health and wellbeing
Health4U - (517) 353-2596 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Health4U's goal is to promote good health by providing you an opportunity to participate in programs, services and activities designed to make a positive difference in your own health and the health of the campus community. Health4U offers classes, individualized coaching, online programs, support groups, events, and other services to the MSU community (most of which are offered at no cost) to promote a healthier campus environment for everyone.
MSU HealthTeam - (517) 353-3000
MSU HealthTeam is the multi-specialty medical practice comprised of teaching faculty from MSU’s College of Human Medicine, College of Osteopathic Medicine, and College of Nursing. We are continuing to grow, offering primary and specialty health care services to the general public. MSU HealthTeam is comprised of approximately 200 physicians and nurse practitioners from 14 clinical departments, as well as many allied health professionals such as nurses, psychologists, social workers, therapists and nutritionists.
MSU Pharmacy - 517-353-9165 (North Campus/Olin Pharmacy) or 517-353-4930 (South Campus/Clinical Center)
Offers free on-campus prescription pick-up and delivery, free patient consultation, Prescription Transfer Service, and low-cost over-the-counter products.
Student Health Services - (517) 884-6546
MSU Student Health Services is the health resource of choice for the MSU student community. They provide medical care for students and their partners and spouses during their enrollment at Michigan State University. Services include health care for injuries and illness; mental health care and counseling; physical therapy; immunizations; and the promotion of health education for safer and smarter decisions regarding fitness, sexual health, nutrition, and the use of alcohol and drugs.
MSU Travel Clinic - (517) 353-3161 or email@example.com
The MSU Travel Clinic is a unit of the University Physician's Office, promoting safe and healthy travel by providing counseling to travelers about appropriate vaccines and preventive medication. The clinic utilizes national and international travel expertise to provide current travel information and recommendations, and is staffed by providers that are certified by the International Society of Travel Medicine (ISTM).
MSU WorkLife Office - (517) 353-1635 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Michigan State University WorkLife Office was founded in 2016 and provides a one-stop destination for your lifespan and career/professional life questions. The staff of the office can help facilitate success in your many roles and can offer guidance in creating synergy between those responsibilities.
Community Resources and External Links
Ingham County Health Department - (517) 887-4311
Providing a wide range of health services to our community, including medical care for low-income residents of Ingham County on a sliding-fee scale, free breast and cervical cancer screens, free cholesterol screens, and health coverage programs to children and pregnant and recently delivered women.