International students and scholars are automatically enrolled in the UM-Flint International Student/Scholar Health Insurance Plan. However, if you have waived your UM-Flint sponsored health insurance plan, the type of medical/health services you seek depends greatly on your health insurance policy. Please make sure to read through your health insurance policy carefully and know what your plan covers and does not cover. For international students and scholars who are enrolled in the UM-Flint International Health Insurance Plan (Aetna Student Health) please visit our Health Insurance Section for more information.
Hurley Regional Medical Center
One Hurley Plaza
Flint, MI 48503
McLaren Regional Medical Center
G-3235 Beecher Rd. Suite B
Flint, MI 48532
Genesys Regional Medical Center
One Genesys Parkway
Grand Blanc, MI 48439
Calling an Ambulance
For emergencies that require an ambulance, dial 911
Emergency Room Visits
For emergencies in which you are able to drive to the hospital, you can also visit emergency rooms of the hospitals listed above. The emergency area of the hospital is clearly marked
Mental Health Emergencies
If you have psychiatric emergency please go to the emergency room of the hospitals listed above
If you have a poisoning emergency, call 800-222-1222 (available 24 hours). If the victim has collapsed or is not breathing, call 911. The Poison Control Center urges all households to have syrup of ipecac on hand.
These facilities provide walk-in treatment for non-life-threatening illness and non-traumatic injuries. Go to the nearest emergency room or call 911 in any life-threatening situation.
Please contact your health insurance provider to ensure you are visiting a doctor approved under your plan.
Family Planning and Sexual Health
Your primary care provider can provide you with information birth control and testing/counseling for pregnancy, HIV, sexually transmitted diseases, and pregnancy termination.
Refer to the Dental Care section for detailed information on dental care resources
There are many private optometrists available throughout Flint area, but before you make an appointment with one, you should make sure you have vision coverage as a part of your health insurance coverage. Your insurance provider will be able to refer you to an optometrist or eye clinic that accepts your insurance.
For a complete list of area eye care professionals, please consult the Yellow Pages.