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For over 35 years, MCES has been managing emergency departments in the Metro Detroit area.

Detroit MEdical Center

Emergency Medical Care

MCES currently manages four DMC emergency rooms, including Detroit Receiving, Sinai-Grace, Harper University, and Huron Valley-Sinai.

Detroit Receiving Hospital
Harper University Hospital
Sinai-Grace Hospital
Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital

About Detroit Receiving Hospital 

Detroit Receiving Hospital is a teaching hospital for Wayne State University School of Medicine. The three-year emergency medicine residency program was established in 1976 and is fully accredited by the ACGME to train 14 residents per year.

We are a level 1 emergency/trauma center with 320 beds and a patient census of 75,000. Of those seen in the emergency medicine department, there is a 24% admission rate.

Marcus Moore, DO, FACEP
Erin E.S. Brennan, MD, FACEP
Vice Chief
Vincent Borla, DO, FACEP
Medical Director

What sets Detroit Receiving Hospital apart?

  • Level I trauma center with a focus on research and education
  • One of only three American Burn Association (ABA) certified centers in Michigan
  • Michigan’s largest adult burn care facility
  • First trauma center to be verified in the nation
  • First virtually verified trauma center in the nation
  • Extensive trauma education offered annually for surgeons, emergency medicine physicians, and nurses
  • 7 Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) courses offered annually
  • 5 trauma courses offered annually for nurses
  • 3 advanced burn life support courses offered annually

About Sinai-Grace Hospital 

Sinai-Grace is a level 2 emergency/trauma center and the only major trauma and interventional center in northwest Detroit. The center has a patient census of 90,000 and a 21% admission rate. Nearly 25% of those seen are pediatric patients.

Daniel Taylor, MD, FACEP
Robert Malinowski, MD, FACEP
Vice Chief
Ryan King, DO
Medical Director

What sets Sinai-Grace Hospital apart?

  • Level II trauma center
  • Trauma nurses are trained in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC), and other trauma specific courses
  • We are a leading community academic hospital in northwest Detroit
  • Certified stroke center
  • Advanced cardiovascular services
  • Highest EMS traffic in Detroit

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About Harper University Hospital

Harper University Hospital is a 400-bed teaching institution affiliated with Wayne State University School of Medicine. We have a 27% acuity rate. Our trauma patients are directed to Detroit Receiving Hospital and pediatrics to Children’s Hospital of Michigan.

In 2011, Medical Center Emergency Services established a 16-bed Observation Medicine Clinical Decision Unit at Harper Hospital.

Angela K. Groves, MD, FACEP
Daniel Ridelman, MD, FACEP
Vice Chief

What sets Harper University Hospital apart?

  • Nationally recognized in 2018-2019 as Best Hospital in 6 types of care: COPD, Gastroenterology & GI Surgery, Heart Failure, Orthopedics, Pulmonolgy, and Urology
  • Rated 5th overall in Michigan and 4th in the Detroit metropolitan area
  • Certified stroke center
  • Certified chest pain center with an on-site Cardio One Team
  • Emergency Department nurses are trained in Neonatal Resuscitation (NRP) and Advanced Cardio Life Support (ACLS)
  • Designated Emergency Department for Hutzel women’s hospital and Karmanos Cancer Institute
  • Emergency Department has state of the art telemetry monitors linked directly into electronic medical records system

About Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital

Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital is a level 3 emergency/trauma center serving a population of 200,000. The hospital’s 153 beds include a 10-bed intensive care unit and a 32-bed step-down telemetry unit.
As a teaching hospital, residents from other DMC hospitals rotate through the facility providing excellence in community-based care.

The ability to rapidly access the tertiary care provided by the other DMC hospitals and facilities offers us the type of backup necessary to afford our patients the very best in acute medical care in a community hospital setting.
Matthew Compton, MD, FACEP
Robert M. Wahl, MD
Vice Chief

What sets Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital apart?

  • Level III trauma center
  • Specialized in orthopedic and geriatric trauma
  • Emergency medicine physicians see 500 traumas annually
  • All Emergency Department physicians are Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) trained
  • Emergency Department nurses are Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC) and Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course (ENPC) certified
  • Board certified traumatologist on staff
  • 20,000 emergency room patients seen in 2020

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