University of Michigan Health Service eliminates walk-in appointments
Beginning this week, University of Michigan students will have to be a little more deliberate about their on-campus health clinic visits.
“Making (walk-ins) work is very challenging because students sometimes realize at kind of a late moment that they really ought to get seen because they’re feeling terrible,” UHS Director Robert Winfield told the Daily. “That often happens in the afternoon when we’re already booked, so it just creates this big wait and frustration.”
The Health Service also is going paperless this year.
Read the full Daily article here.