Huron Valley Hospital

Chief: Christopher Heberer, M.D., F.A.C.E.P.
Vice Chief: Doru Bali, M.D.

Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital serves a population of approximately 200,000 people who live within a ten-mile radius of the hospital. The hospital provides 153 beds with a ten-bed intensive care unit and a 32-bed step-down telemetry unit.  Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital is a teaching facility, with Emergency Medicine residents from Detroit Receiving and Sinai-Grace Hospitals rotating through the department. The ability to rapidly access the tertiary care provided by the other DMC hospitals and facilities offer us the type of back-up necessary to afford our patients the very best in acute medical care in community hospital setting.

The Emergency Department is designed with a centrally positioned nursing station with 16 monitored beds.  The Resuscitation Rooms are large and well equipped, with complete adult and pediatric crash carts. Separate rooms are designated for Gynecologic and Orthopaedic treatment areas. We have our own pharmacy room that provides the majority of our medication needs, and a pharmacist is available in-house or on-call. As an active member of the Oakland County Council for Emergency Medical Services, we provide 24 hour telemetry-based Level III response. This offers us the opportunity to be actively involved with pre-hospital care.