• Occupational Therapy Children's group with two WMU students

    Now accepting new patients

    Outpatient therapy for families, youth and children, autism diagnostic through ADOS evaluation, trauma assessment and treatment, occupational therapy and caregiver co-regulation coaching

  • Unified Clinics building

    Exceptional service

    Multi-specialty teaching clinics serving our community.

  • A 104 year old patient poses with a faculty member and students

    Care across the lifespan

    The Audiology Clinic, part of the Unified Clinics at WMU, celebrates their eldest patient, Annie Lewis. Annie is 104 years old and receives hearing aid services at the clinic. During an appointment with Annie, graduate students in Speech, Language and Audiology were able to examine and interact with Annie. Front row, Annie Lewis. Back row (l to r) are Virginia Jackson (Annie's daughter); Dr. Teresa Crumpton, Master Faculty Specialist; Ronella Chernov, Extern, Audiology Clinic; Jeremy Schultz, graduate student and Jackie Do, graduate student.

  • Two student speech clinicians working on communication with two older adults.

    Meeting community needs

    WMU's unique Aphasia Communication Enhancement program has been serving individuals with aphasia for many years through group therapy.


Welcome to the Unified Clinics

The Unified Clinics are one large multi-specialty group practice that was established in 1995 to provide quality “real world” clinical training experiences for students in the College of Health and Human Services at Western Michigan University by meeting authentic community needs in an outpatient clinical setting. The Unified Clinics are an inter-university collaboration that is both an educational and community asset. All services have grown in direct response to an identified community need. The Unified Clinics have the ability to meet very unique community needs due to the availability of a broad range of clinical faculty and many experts in their fields. We're conveniently located at 1000 Oakland Drive in Kalamazoo on the 3rd and 4th floor.

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  • Female student in telehealth session with a patient on the computer

    Unified Clinics receive "Tech Boost" funding

  • Male occupational therapy student displaying learning objectives to a female faculty member

    Occupational Therapy students complete final competencies at Unified Clinics

  • Image of text reading The Women’s Health Clinic at the Unified Clinics is permanently closed.

    WMU Women's Health Clinic closed

  • Two little girls walking a therapy dog

    Therapy Dog Clinic receives grant

    The Therapy Dog Clinic, part of the Unified Clinics at WMU, has received a generous grant in excess of $22,000. The Kalamazoo Community Foundation granted the funds for continued services to support placing WMU therapy dogs, Sunny, Oreo, and Poppy, into outpatient therapy and occupational therapy services being provided to Kalamazoo County youth at our facility.

    More about the Therapy Dog Clinic

  • Group of students in gymnasium

    Students engage with local school

    Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy and Public Health students from WMU hosted the 2nd annual career fair at Northeastern Elementary School for 4th and 5th grade students! The Resiliency Center has worked closely with the school for the last two years to provide services to both the students and teachers.

    Learn about the Resiliency Center

  • Speech student helping an elderly woman

    Speech students work with Senior Day Services guests

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