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DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital opens state-of-the-art Emergency Department

     After two years, $77 million, 200,000 man hours, 1,085 tons of steel, 9,176 sheets of dry wall and 1,200 gallons of paint, DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital has officially opened the doors of its new state-of-the-art Emergency Department.
      As the largest construction project in northwest Detroit in more than a decade, the 59,000-square foot space is more than double the size of the old ED. It features large, hard-walled, private treatment rooms, additional trauma rooms with advanced lifesaving equipment, a confidential Psychiatric
Crisis Center and treatment areas designed for geriatric and pediatric patients. 
     “This is an exciting time for our beloved community in northwest Detroit,” said Sinai-Grace Hospital President Reginald Eadie, M.D.
     Additional construction is underway at Sinai-Grace, with a new intensive care unit, radiology department and main hospital lobby expected to be completed in 2015. 
           
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Above: When designing our new Emergency Department, we responded to the wishes of our patients. Our 91 new patient rooms are spacious and hard-walled,
enhanging the privacy of our patients as well as providing them the ability to have a loved one by their side.
Above: There are six nurses stations throughout the new Emergency Department.
   
Above: The four new trauma rooms will better accomodate the 20,000 trauma patients treated at DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital every year. Above: The lobby of the new Emergency Department is spacious and features an abundance of natural light.
   
Above: The new Emergency Department features 59,000 square feet of space for comfortable patient care. Above: The waiting room for families in Express Care.
   
Above: A physician workstation in the new Emergency Department. Above: The ambulance/trauma entrance in the new Emergency Department.