Detroit Medical Center Sinai-Grace Hospital has completed its final phase of a $77-million, three-year expansion project, which includes a new emergency department, medical and surgical intensive care units, radiology department, and a registration area located off the new main entrance with free parking.
“As part of its 100+ year commitment to Northwest Detroiters, Sinai-Grace Hospital is reinventing community health care with a newly-renovated, world-class facility,” says Paula Autry, CEO of Sinai-Grace.
The new emergency department is twice the size of the former emergency room and features dedicated private, pediatric treatment rooms as well as senior treatment rooms.
Sinai-Grace's new intensive care unit has larger patient rooms and is twice the size of the former unit. Patient rooms have technology that monitor health information and feeds it to patients' electronic medical record.
A new large lobby features tree sculptures by local artists Erik and Israel Nordin of the Detroit Design Center. A new admitting department is located right off the lobby.
DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital will celebrate the project’s completion at a Community Health Party on June 20. The community can enjoy free kid's rides, games, and prizes; live entertainment by national performing artists; free health screenings and exhibits; and assistance signing up for the Healthy Michigan Program, our state's health insurance.
For more information about the Sinai-Grace Community Health Party, visit SinaiGrace.org/communityhealthparty.