The new $1.5 million state appropriation will allow WMU's Unified Clinics to add new services, like trauma assessments and treatment for parents and for those with substance use disorders, as well as resiliency-based interventions for families and sensory processing therapy for children.
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.
WMU Unified Clinics Virtual Building Walkthrough
The Unified Clinics are categorized as an auxiliary enterprise of the University. Services are provided to WMU faculty, staff and students, as well as to community residents on a fee-for-service basis, based on their ability to pay, and through contracts with third party payers and state and local agencies. The consolidated infrastructure of the Unified Clinics creates a viable, efficient organization able to maneuver the complex health care maze of managed care, electronic billing, accreditation and patient care protocols.
24-hour access to your medical records
- Medical records viewing
- Receive test results
- Download and complete required paperwork
- Message your provider
- Check your financial account summary
* To gain access to the patient portal, we must have your email on file and you will have to obtain your patient ID from a front desk staff. For more information, please call (269) 387-7000. If you have trouble connecting to the portal, please try a different internet browser.
Fax: (269) 387-7026
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