Detroit Medical Center offers emergency care across the greater metro-Detroit region, including specialized trauma care centers. Trauma centers are given level designations depending on the center’s ability to provide comprehensive services to treat
a variety of medical traumas. Trauma centers vary from Level I to Level V designations, with Level I Trauma Centers being the most able to provide care for complex medical issues.
In addition to trauma centers, which are housed as a part of the emergency room at our hospitals, Detroit Medical Center also offers inpatient critical care units. Commonly called the ICU, intensive care units are specialized units providing care to our
most critical patients.
A leader in emergency medicine and trauma care, DMC Detroit Receiving Hospital a Level I Trauma Center,
distinguishing us as meeting the highest possible standards for trauma care in the U.S. Delivering this standard of excellence is made possible by a collaborative team made up of some of the nation’s finest surgeons, doctors, nurses, technicians,
lab personnel and many others who work diligently to offer the best in emergency and trauma medicine.
DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital
A designated Level II Trauma Center by the American College of Surgeons (ACS), the trauma center at DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital is able to treat any emergency patient, regardless of the
severity of the injury. A trauma surgeon is available to respond rapidly 24 hours a day.
Staffed by board certified critical care physicians and specially trained nurses, our ICUs strive to provide the highest level of care. The hospital’s ICUs have earned numerous awards for successful infection control and high quality care.
DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital offers two, 20-bed family-centered Intensive Care Units (Surgical ICU and Medical ICU) that include large, private rooms for patients and their families. The units also include:
Spacious private patient rooms that include the latest intensive care technology and natural light for optimal healing in every room.
Health monitors that feed health information directly to our patients' electronic medical record.
Sleeper sofas and private restrooms to provide a more comfortable environment for visiting family members.
Bright, sun-filled rooms in both SICU and MICU to decreasepatientdelirium and improvemood for patients, visitors, and staff.
Hoyer lifts to facilitate movement with comfort and ease for larger patients.
Two family waiting rooms with large windows that fill the rooms with natural sunlight.