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Emergency Care at Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital

Sports Injury? Be Treated Like a Pro at our ER

If you experience a sports injury, whether on the field, at home or on the playground, Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital emergency room doctors will provide prompt treatment and schedule a follow-up appointment for you with one of the DMC Sports Medicine Team Docs -- the same docs who treat the Tigers, Pistons and Red Wings.

Emergency Angioplasty

Angioplasty is a minimally invasive medical procedure and uses advanced technology to locate and open blocked vessels as well as restore blood flow to the heart. A small needle puncture is made in the patient’s femoral artery in the upper thigh. A tiny, flexible tube or catheter is inserted into the artery. Using fluoroscopy, the physician threads the catheter to the heart. After the physician diagnoses the size and location of the blockage, the blockage is usually opened by inflating a tiny balloon on the tip of the catheter. To keep the artery open, a stent, or small mesh tube, is often inserted. This technology is essential in providing the prompt care needed to reduce the amount of damage inflicted to the heart muscle during a heart attack.

The cardiologists at Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital have been performing diagnostic cardiac catheterizations for several years in the hospital’s advanced cath lab. DMC Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital has a continuum of cardiovascular services including the ability to perform emergent and elective percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) in addition to screening, prevention, diagnostic and rehabilitation services.

Stroke

By demonstrating compliance with standards for health care quality and safety, DMC Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital earned designation as a Primary Stroke Center from the Joint Commission. 

Stroke Team

Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital’s stroke team is comprised of highly skilled and trained physicians and nurses. Along with advanced diagnostic brain imaging capabilities the intensive care unit is skilled in handling neurological emergencies along with the hospital’s inpatient stroke care unit.  Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital also has around the clock access to neurological specialist at DMC Harper University Hospital through video robots located in its Emergency Department. All of these services ensure that patients coming to the DMC will have highly-specialized stroke care from the moment they enter our Emergency Departments, during their inpatient stay, and through post-acute rehabilitation.

High Satisfaction

DMC Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital has earned some of the highest ratings in the nation with regard to emergency care. Independent customer satisfaction surveys consistently rank us in the 90th percentile or higher in the Emergency Care categories that matter most to our patients including:

  • Overall cheerfulness of hospital
  • Speed and accuracy of ED admitting process
  • Waiting time for tests and procedures during ED visit
  • Time physicians spend with you
  • Promptness of nurse response to calls

At DMC Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital’s Emergency Room you will be seen by one of Michigan’s best doctors in 29 minutes or less. Guaranteed. Our ER is just a short drive from you. We provide Emergency services for Wixom, Commerce, White Lake, West Bloomfield Township, Milford, Highland, Bloomfield Hills, Novi and the surrounding areas in Oakland County.

 

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