The U-M Geriatrics Center offers a full array of patient care services and programs as part of our mission to provide comprehensive health care to our aging community. Our goal is to help adults over the age of 60 lead healthier and more satisfying lives. With this aim, the Geriatrics Center offers primary care, specialty care, transitional and sub-acute care as well as geriatric assessment and consultation. In fact, the Geriatrics Center is a national leader in the development and implementation of novel and effective treatments and therapies in the provision of care for older individuals.
We are pleased that we have long been recognized as one of the country's best geriatrics programs by U.S. News and World Report. Geriatrics Center physicians are among the most accomplished clinicians, researchers and educators in the field of geriatrics and aging. Geriatric Medicine physicians are highly-trained specialists who provide both primary care and consultative services. In addition, Geriatrics Center specialists in areas such as endocrinology, neurology and geropsychiatry, among others, have specific expertise in caring for elderly patients.
All of the Geriatrics Center staff have special training and an interest in working with older adults. Our team includes social workers, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, pharmacists and medical assistants as well as physicians. Together, Geriatrics Center health care professionals work as a team to provide the very best care available for older individuals in our community and beyond.