Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital

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Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital is a 379 bed acute care hospital and is part of the Henry Ford Health System. Recently renovated and with some of the highest patient satisfaction ratings in the Henry Ford Health System, this hospital boasts a very high occupancy rate with an excellent payor mix.

HFWH is a non-profit hospital and located in southeast Michigan, along the Detroit River, with an excellent reputation for quality care and leading market share in the community. The main Wyandotte campus features a surgery department with 11 operating suites, two endoscopic suites and a daVinci robotic surgical system; a 25-bed birthing center, an emergency department with pediatric specialty care; general medicine and surgical care; ancillary testing; inpatient physicial medicine and rehabilitation services; adult mental health services; neurosurgical services; and physician offices. HFWH is the only Center for Excellence in Bariatric Surgery in the downriver suburban communities. An Osteopathic Graduate Medical Education program offers rotations to residents, interns and third and fourth year medical students.

In March 2006, Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital opened the Henry Ford Health Center - Brownstown, situated on a 35-acre site. The outpatient ambulatory surgery center includes a 24 -hour emergency department, same day surgery, a diagnostic sleep lab, pharmacy, clincial lab, pharmacy and medical office space. The medical imaging department offers 64 slice CT scanning, ultrasound, X-ray, mammography and breast stereotactic services.

Wyandotte and the surrounding Downriver Region have some of the most available and affordable waterfront housing in the metro Detroit area. Easily accessible to highways and minutes from Detroit and Ann Arbor's cultural centers. The community hosts annual Art Fairs and has a thriving downtown shopping district with easy access to the Grosse Ile island community which boast of some of the best schools in the state and excellent water access.