Free Primary Care for Uninsured Adults
The University of Michigan Student Run Free Clinic (UM SRFC) is a student-run organization dedicated to providing quality health care free of charge to uninsured community members, while creating opportunities for UM students and physicians to confront health disparities through direct action.
In the News
November 6, 2013:
We are now open at our new permanent clinic location at 103 E. Main St. just a few blocks from our previous locations!
We've also been featured in an article published in The Atlantic - read about us here!
April 20, 2013:
We are now open at the old Pinckney Public Library! Learn more about the location and our future plans here.
February 18, 2013:
A fire destroyed the building that housed Faith Medical Clinic and UM SRFC. Learn more about the incident and how to help here.
December 4, 2012:
A well-deserved recognition of our medical director, Dr. Hari Conjeevaram: Points of Blue
October 7, 2012:
UM SRFC is featured in the Michigan Daily
The University of Michigan Student Run Free Clinic is a student organization dedicated to providing the highest quality of health care free of charge to uninsured adults, while creating opportunities for UM students and physicians to confront health disparities through direct action.
At UM SRFC, patients can receive basic primary and preventative care. Basic tests such as routine blood work or X-rays are also free of charge when the physician refers the patient for testing. Read more about patient services...