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International Center

When it’s serious, come to Detroit

Patients from over 100 different countries around the globe trust our experts, which is why the Detroit Medical Center provides the highest quality, compassionate care possible. We understand being an international visitor can be confusing and overwhelming, and we take pride in being a family-centered medical system.

Our eight world-class specialty hospitals and two partnered institutes allow us to offer patients from around the globe access to state-of-the-art technology, including the most advanced diagnostic procedures and treatments, the latest in medical research and excellent physicians.

The International Services staff of the Detroit Medical Center is dedicated to meeting the needs of you and your family. We offer efficient and comprehensive assistance that coordinates all services and provides any resources you may need during your stay as an international visitor to the Detroit Medical Center.

One Call, One Point of Entry:
DMC International Services
(313) 745-8761
Toll Free (800) 745-6447 (From Canada and Abroad)
international@dmc.org

Why choose Detroit Medical Center?

The Detroit Medical Center is a leading academically integrated medical system with more than 2,000 licensed beds and 3,000 affiliated physicians to provide you with the high quality and compassionate care you want. Our medical excellence is recorded throughout history, from the founding of the nationally recognized Children’s Hospital of Michigan in 1886, to the creation of the first mechanical heart at Harper Hospital more than 50 years ago, our legacy of caring is unmatched.

As the recipient of dozens of awards and recognitions, including industry-leading Electronic Medical Records, the Detroit Medical Center has achieved a reputation of excellence. Hundreds of DMC doctors across multiple specialties are noted as medical experts and are nationally recognized in the list of America’s Best Doctors. We are proud to be the official healthcare provider for Detroit area professional athletes and teams, including the Detroit Red Wings and Detroit Tigers.

Where is the Detroit Medical Center?

Located in Detroit’s Midtown and Cultural District, we are the premier healthcare resource in Southeast Michigan and among the finest healthcare centers in the United States. Michigan is known as the Great Lakes State, and provides a vast array breathtaking sites, exhibits, music, cultural centers, museums, and more. Known as the “Motor City,” Detroit is the automotive capital of the world and home to the headquarters for all the major American automobile companies.

More than 4 million people reside in the metropolitan Detroit area. Detroit’s international status is enhanced by its proximity to Windsor, Ontario, Canada, just across the Detroit River, only a 10 minute drive away through the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel or across the Ambassador Bridge, the longest suspension bridge linking two nations.

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