City of Detroit Health Department
The Detroit Department of Health is located in the Herman Kiefer Complex in Detroit. It provides a wide range of services and educational resources on wide range of health-related topics, including women's health, parenting, nutrition, and HIV/AIDS.
For more information, visit www.ci.detroit.mi.us/health/home_r.htm .
Detroit Medical Center
The Detroit Medical Center is the leading academically integrated healthcare delivery system in metropolitan Detroit. As the largest private employer in the city of Detroit, it operates seven hospitals, two nursing centers and more than 50 primary care practices throughout southeast Michigan. The system has 2,700 licensed beds, 3,000 affiliated physicians and serves as the teaching and clinical research site for Wayne State University.
The Detroit Medical Center is comprised of:
- Children's Hospital of Michigan
- Detroit Receiving Hospital
- Harper University Hospital
- Huron Valley Sinai Hospital
- Hutzel Hospital
- Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan
- Sinai-Grace Hospital
For more information, visit www.dmc.org .
Henry Ford Health System
Henry Ford Health System is one of the nation's leading health care providers, offering a seamless array of acute, primary, tertiary, quaternary and preventive care backed by excellence in research and education.
For more information, visit www.henryfordhealth.org .
St. John Health System
St. John Health System (SJHS) is a growing network of community-based health care services and one of the largest employers in metro Detroit with more than 20,000 employees. St. John provides comprehensive prevention, primary care and treatment programs with approximately 3,200 physicians, 125 medical offices and ten hospitals spanning six counties. These include: St. John Hospital and Medical Center, St. John NorthEast Community Hospital and St. John Detroit Riverview Hospital in Wayne County; St. John North Shores Hospital and St. John Macomb Hospital in Macomb County; St. John Oakland Hospital, Providence Hospital and Medical Centers and POH Medical Center (an affiliated hospital) in Oakland County; St. John River District Hospital and Port Huron Hospital (an affiliated hospital) in St. Clair County. SJHS is affiliated with Wayne State University School of Medicine, Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Oakland University's Meadowbrook Health Enhancement Institute and Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine. It also includes Eastwood Clinics, the largest mental health and substance abuse treatment network in Michigan and several nursing homes. SJHS is the leading provider in the state for open-heart surgery and births. More than 1,500 open heart procedures are performed every year and more than 10,000 babies are delivered through the system hospitals. St. John Health System also treats 5,200 cancer patients each year making it the third largest cancer program in the state.
The St. John Community Health Department remains a vital part of the health system's commitment to delivering quality health care. Our mission calls us to "Serve our neighbor and promote the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health of all those seeking care, including the poor and those with special needs. We accomplish this by providing 19 Parish Nurses in 28 parishes, 11 School Based Health Centers/Programs, a Grieving Children's Program and three health centers providing care for the underinsured and uninsured. We also partner with numerous community agencies and programs including the Detroit Health Department, Communities in Schools, Other Health Systems, Universities including U of D Mercy, Wayne State University and University of Michigan.
For more information, visit www.stjohn.org .
A new voice in Catholic health care, Trinity Health comprises 47 hospitals and dozens of other healing ministries in seven states. Trinity Health is a community of persons - 50,000 strong - who collaborate in the healing mission of the Catholic church.
For more information, visit www.trinity-health.org