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|Detroit Medical Center Named Most Wired Hospital for Ninth Consecutive Year
The Detroit Medical Center has been recognized as one of the nation's "Most Wired" hospitals for the ninth consecutive year, according to the 17th annual HealthCare's Most Wired survey, released last week by the American Hospital Association's Health Forum and the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME).
|DMC Names Bryan Roach Vice President of PMO/Lean Operations
-- The Detroit Medical Center (DMC) announced today that it has selected Bryan Roach to the position of vice president of PMO/Lean operations, effective immediately. Bryan joined the DMC two years ago as senior director of operations finance. During his tenure, Bryan has been responsible for all financial accounting, capital budgeting/allocation and revenue cycle.
|Detroit Researchers Help Identify a Key Gene Mutation That Can Trigger Lymphoblastic Leukemia
After collecting data on a leukemia-affected family for nearly a decade, Children’s Hospital of Michigan, Detroit Medical Center (DMC), Hematologist and Wayne State University School of Medicine Professor of Pediatrics Madhvi Rajpurkar, M.D., joined an international team of genetic researchers in an effort to track down a mutation partly responsible for causing the disease.
|The Children’s Hospital of Michigan Ranks Among America’s Best in U.S. News & World Report’s 2015-16 Best Children’s Hospitals
The Children’s Hospital of Michigan at the Detroit Medical Center (DMC) is among the best in the country in eight pediatric specialties according to the new U.S. News & World Report’s 2015-16 Best Children’s Hospitals rankings. The Children’s Hospital of Michigan is nationally ranked in: Cancer, Cardiology & Heart Surgery, Gastroenterology & GI Surgery, Neurology & Neurosurgery, Nephrology, Orthopedics, Pulmonology, and Urology. The Children's Hospital of Michigan also received the highest ranking of any pediatric hospital in Michigan for Cancer, Neurology/Neurosurgery, and Nephrology.
|DMC Hospitals Named Practice Greenhealth Partners for Change
The Detroit Medical Center’s (DMC) Children’s Hospital of Michigan, Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital and Sinai-Grace Hospital were just awarded the 2015 “Greenhealth Partner for Change” Award by Practice Greenhealth. In addition, DMC’s Harper University Hospital, Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan and Detroit Receiving Hospital were awarded the “Partner Recognition” Award.
|Cardio Team One" The Only Program in Michigan Meeting Key American Heart Association Guidelines
The Detroit Medical Center (DMC) has become the only health care facility in Michigan that now operates in complete compliance with the American Heart Association (AHA) guidelines for treating high-risk heart conditions within one day through its unique Cardio Team One group of interventional cardiologist stationed around-the-clock at select DMC hospitals.
|Because Hunger Doesn't Take a Summer Vacation
-- The end of the school year often marks the end of a guaranteed meal for almost half of Detroit’s children. In Southeast Michigan more than 300,000 free or reduced fee, breakfasts and lunches are served daily during the school year. The Children’s Hospital of Michigan Professional Nurse Council at the Detroit Medical Center (DMC) is leading a community effort to provide area children with a consistent daily meal over summer recess. The 6th Annual Cereal Drive kicks off on Friday, May 29, and runs through June 5, 2015. The cereal collected will be donated to Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan and distributed to over 600 food pantries throughout Southeastern Michigan.
|DMC-Hutzel Women's Hospital Selected to Join Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative
Hutzel Women's Hospital has been selected to be among the first hospitals in the nation to join the EMPower Initiative to enhance maternity care practices and work toward achieving the Baby Friendly USA© designation.
|Cooling Children After Cardiac Arrest Provides No Significant Benefit
A recent clinical trial, published in the New England Journal of Medicine and co-authored by the Children’s Hospital of Michigan, Detroit Medical Center (DMC) Chief of Critical Care and Wayne State University School of Medicine Professor of Pediatrics Kathleen L. Meert, M.D., shows that “therapeutic hypothermia” is no more effective than maintaining normal body temperature in children who’ve suffered cardiac arrest before being hospitalized.
|Children’s Hospital of Michigan Earns Recognition as Level 4 Epilepsy Center
The Children's Hospital of Michigan, at the Detroit Medical Center (DMC), has gained recognition as a Level 4 Epilepsy Center, as determined by the National Association of Epilepsy Centers (NAEC). The hospital's information and 2015 designation will be posted on the NAEC website at www.naec-epilepsy.org and also sent to US News and World Report for use in its "Best Hospitals" analysis.