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