Patient Care Services
Home / Healthcare Professionals / Patient Care Services
Become part of our team...

As the heart of our northwest Detroit community, DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital is on a journey of excellence. Our goal is to have the most satisfied staff, which in turn will lead to the most satisfied patients. Our plans are working as evidenced by the recent increase in patient satisfaction scores, increased volume and the renovation of many units/facilities.

Our 404 bed teaching hospital has opportunities for registered nurses and graduate nurses in such specialties as medical, surgical operating room, critical care, orthopaedics, emergency, obstetrical and cardiovascular nursing. There are many career opportunities available. Click here to apply online.

If you are interested in learning more about the exciting nursing opportunities at DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital, please contact Charletta Deadmond, Nurse Recruiter at (313) 966-9702.

Sinai-Grace Facts

In spring 1999, two hospitals with roots in the community boldly consolidated services under one roof. The former Sinai and Grace hospitals joined to create DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital in the former Mount Carmel Hospital building. In 2010, Vanguard Health
Systems, an investor-owned hospital company, acquired Sinai-Grace’s parent company, Detroit  Medical Center (DMC),  making it one of the five largest for-profit systems in America.

Today, Sinai-Grace is the largest DMC  hospital, offering more than 40 specialties, including cardiology, oncology, emergency medicine, obstetrics/gynecology, and 13 surgical specialties. As a full-service community  hospital located in northwest Detroit, Sinai-Grace has new facilities, new technology, new programs and a new attitude.

Facility Highlights

•  Invested in
- extensive renovation of all patient rooms
- cafeteria modernization
- refurbishment of Professional Office Building suites
- update of the surgical lounge and resident on-call rooms
- opening of a new Kresge Eye Institute  optical eye care shop and Season’s Hospice inpatient unit
•  Renovation  and expansion of two new outpatient  pharmacies -- one located in Sinai-Grace Hospital and the other in the Professional Office Building.
•  In 2012, Sinai-Grace  began its largest construction  project  -  a $77 million  expansion and renovation to its ER and ICU  which is expected to be completed in 2014.

Technology Highlights

•  Sinai-Grace opened the city’s first open-bore magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)  system. This new, state-of-the-art MRI system accommodates claustrophobic patients or patients up to 500 pounds with its large bore, or opening. In addition, Sinai-Grace purchased video goggles, allowing  patients to watch their favorite movie during  their MRI procedure to help patients relax during the scan.
•  Sinai-Grace expanded its laparoscopic surgical capabilities by investing $2 million  in a minimally invasive robotic surgical system called the da Vinci Surgical System. Less pain, less blood loss, shorter hospital stay and faster recovery are benefits from minimally invasive robotic procedures.
•  Sinai-Grace totally digitalized its mammography suite. Digital  mammography is the latest technology for detecting cancer early and it delivers significantly less radiation  than conventional mammography.

Program Highlights

•  Sinai-Grace Hospital’s  Advanced Wound  Care Center offers a comprehensive  outpatient approach that promotes the healing of complicated wounds. Our team of specialized physicians and wound care nurses treat hard-to-heal wounds and teach patients how to prevent future wounds.
•  Sinai-Grace  has teamed up with Seasons Hospice  & Palliative  Care to create the first hospital-based hospice unit in Michigan. The 10-bed, newly remodeled unit provides patients with a homelike atmosphere when special care like ventilator support, or aggressive pain management is needed, complementary services include music therapy, massage and pet therapy, as well as bereavement and support groups for families.
•  Sinai-Grace Hospital is a training  site for students from Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine and Wayne State School of Medicine. Sinai-Grace has a long history of providing  medical education.  With  our partner, Wayne  State University  School of Medicine, we offer allopathic residencies in various specialties. Now, we offer osteopathic residencies and a dually accredited internal medicine residency that has earned national recognition for its 100% board pass rate for seven years – something only a few hospitals in the nation have achieved. Our vision is to be a community  hospital that offers medical students and residents a first-rate training program.

Featured Hospital Services:

•  Orthopaedics  – our Joint Plus Excel program offers minimally  invasive hip and knee-replacement  surgery for faster recovery.
•  Women’s  Services – offers obstetrics/gynecology, cosmetic and oncologic  specialties just for women.
•  Surgery – offers many minimally  invasive procedures with smaller incisions  and faster recovery.
•  ER – offers its ER wait time on - this ensures patients  faster access to the finest emergency care in northwest Detroit.  Our  ER is also home of the 29 minute guarantee.

2013 Key Stats

Employees: 2,227
Beds: 404
Adult/Ped Patient Days: 101,092
Adult/Ped Discharges: 20,002
Births: 1,545
Emergency Visits: 100,418
Average LOS: 5.1 days
Ambulatory/Professional Visits: 121,266

A Community Focus

•  In 2013, Sinai-Grace held 191 events including 29 free health fairs, 20 speaking engagements, 127 community meetings, and a career day workshop, among other initiatives.
We also hold the People's Medical College from the fall through spring. These free patient education classes are consistently rated 4.94 out of 5 for excellence.
•  Provided summer jobs to community youth through Project Genesis, and mentorship and leadership to youth ages 11-18  through  Iota Boulé Fraternity, Frederick Douglas Academy and Delta Academy sorority.

A Focus on Quality and Safety

•  Sinai-Grace  is a Joint Commission certified Primary Stroke Center, a prestigious award for stroke care that confirms  Sinai-Grace’s commitment to achieve excellence with national  evidence-based standards.
•  Sinai-Grace  was chosen to participate  in MI STAAR (Michigan State Action  to Avoid  Re-hospitalizations)  collaborative, TCAB (Transforming Care at the Bedside) collaborative, and Aligning Forces for Quality: Increasing Throughput Performance Measures collaborative.
•  Sinai-Grace  is participating  in the Keystone project to help develop best practices in care for: OB,  ICU,  Surgery and Hospital Associated Infection.  These collaboratives have helped us build a culture of safety, achieve a high level of quality and allowed
Sinai-Grace to set national standards, improve processes, develop best practices and share with and learn from other healthcare organizations.
•  Detroit  Medical  Center’s successful implementation  of Electronic  Medical  Records (EMR) places the system in the top percentile of U.S. Hospitals in EMR  adoption, using electronic collaboration  and document review to a nearly unsurpassed degree, in support  of patient safety and care.
•  Sinai-Grace  has received numerous  quality awards, including