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DMC Detroit Receiving Hospital, Michigan’s first Level I Trauma Center, is a constant and innovative force in the evolution of emergency medicine. Receiving hosts one of the busiest and most well-equipped emergency departments anywhere, training nearly half of practicing emergency medicine physicians in Michigan. The oldest and largest verified burn center in the state is at Receiving, and is one of only 63 in the country.

Detroit Receiving offers expertise in many specialty services, including emergency medicine and trauma, critical care, orthopaedics, neurosciences, nephrology, pulmonology, diabetes, geriatrics and urology. Boasting the state’s leading 24/7 hyperbaric oxygen program and Metro Detroit’s first certified primary stroke center, Detroit Receiving is a leader in senior care with our nationally recognized Rosa Parks Geriatric Center. A Center of Excellence for disaster preparedness, the experts at Detroit Receiving have made it the model for regional, state, national and federal agencies.

Detroit Receiving Hospital Clinics

Pulmonary Hypertension, 5V: (313) 745-0233
Life Stress, 3S.14: (313) 745-4811
Sleep Disorders, 5V: (313) 745-1381

University Health Center Clinics

Rosa Parks Geriatrics,  5B: (313) 745-1741
Benign Hematology, 7B: (313) 745-2554
Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, 2F: (313) 745-4622
Skin Integrity, 5G: (313) 966-9935
Burn, 6B: (313) 745-3765
Wound Care, 2Z: (313) 745-8453
Hyberbaric Oxygen Chamber, 2Z: (313) 745-8453

Parking

Self Park - $8 up to 4 hours; $15 all day rate thereafter.

(Self parking is free for patients and families visiting patients with validation. Validation will be provided at designated locations within the hospital and/or clinic.)

Parking and shuttle service

Visiting hours are from 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Patients are allowed two visitors at a time. Children under the age of 12 are not permitted in patient rooms and cannot be left unattended in public areas in the hospital at any time. Intensive care unit visiting hours are from 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Call 911 if you have a medical emergency