Sinai-Grace Hospital

 

Chief: Daniel Taylor, M.D.
Vice Chief: Robert Malinowski, M.D., F.A.C.E.P.
 

Sinai-Grace Hospital, a member of the Detroit Medical Center, is one of the teaching hospitals for the Wayne State University School of Medicine. The three-year Emergency Medicine Residency Program at Sinai-Grace Hospital was established in 1981, and remains fully accredited by the ACGME to train twelve residents per year.

The only major trauma and interventional center in northwest Detroit, Sinai-Grace’s Emergency Department treats more than 99,000 patients annually. Approximately 21 percent of these visits result in admission to the hospital. The department sees patients of all ages with a wide variety of medical emergencies and penetrating and blunt traumatic injuries. Approximately 20-25% of patients are in the pediatric age group.

Sinai-Grace has a brand new Emergency Department that opened in early 2014. It occupies over 60,000 square feet of space. It consists of 46 acute care beds, 4 resuscitation trauma bays, a 12-bed transition care area, 10 results waiting spaces and a 16 bed urgent care area – Express Care. Ancillary departments in the 551-bed Sinai-Grace Hospital are specially equipped to support the Emergency Department service. Also located in the Emergency Department is a three bed radiology suite and two helical CT scanners.