• Unified Clinics building

    Welcome to the WMU Unified Clinics

    The Unified Clinics is one large multi-specialty group practice providing clinical training experiences for students in the College of Health and Human Services.

  • Occupational Therapy Clinic patient with student clinician

    Student clinicians in the Occupational Therapy Clinic provide services under the direct supervision of University faculty members who are registered occupational therapists.

  • Vision Clinic eyeglass display

    Our licensed and credentialed optometrists in the WMU Vision Clinic provide general optemetric and low vision services.

  • Speech therapy clinic group photo

    The Charles Van Riper Language, Speech, and Hearing Clinic provides many services to infants, children and adults across a variety of areas.

  • Behavioral Health Services consultation

    Behavioral Health Services is a licensed and accredited outpatient substance use and behavioral health disorder treatment provider in Michigan.

General Information

The clinics associated with the College of Health and Human Services operate on the third and fourth floor of the University Medical and Health Sciences Center. As a resource for students and patients, the Unified Clinics of Western Michigan University represent the integration of health care and education. These teaching clinics offer services at a great value to the public as the treatments are performed by graduate students and interns under the direct supervision of licensed, experienced health care practitioners. The building is shared with the Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine Clinics on WMU's east campus. The following services are provided at the Unified Clinics:

We appreciate the opportunity to serve you and look forward to meeting your needs. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. We are always happy to assist you.

Billing

For any billing related inquiries, please call (269) 387-7004.

News and Announcements

CTAC offers training to area schools

Western Michigan University's Southwest Michigan Children's Trauma Assessment Center (CTAC) has recently been partnering with area school districts in an effort to create trauma-informed schools.

Experienced professional named director of vision clinic

A professional with more than 35 years of experience with low-vision rehabilitation and services has been named director of Western Michigan University's Vision Clinic.
Feb. 10

The WMU Vision Clinic is currently accepting new patients

Specializing in general and low vision optometric services. Featuring a full line of frames, contacts and lenses.
Feb. 3

Charles Van Riper Lecture Series

The Charles Van Riper Language, Speech and Hearing Clinic hosted a two-part Van Riper Lecture Series in September.

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