With 13 fully equipped operating rooms, DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital easily handles a wide range of patients – everything from complex trauma cases that arrive at the Emergency Department of our Level II trauma center to elective joint surgery.
Surgical case volumes have increased significantly in recent years, especially elective orthopedic cases. Since our medical staff is comprised of 70 percent private practice physicians, this is a sign that surgeons and patients are choosing to have their procedure at DMC Sinai-Grace over other hospitals.
Because of the large number of physicians on staff, DMC Sinai-Grace offers comprehensive surgical capabilities, handling a full range of medical procedures.
Our specialties include:
Outpatient Surgery Locations
Sinai-Grace offers offers outpatient surgery at two locations:
- DMC Lahser Campus Ambulatory Surgery Center in Southfield, MI
- Berry Surgery Center in Farmington Hills, MI
Both facilities can accommodate patients requiring general surgery, minor orthopaedic surgery, minor gynecologoic surgery arthroscopy, cosmetic and plastic surgery, laparoscopy, laser surgery and sinoscopy.
Surgical Support Services
As southeast Michigan’s largest kidney dialysis facility, DMC Sinai-Grace handles nephrology cases and does the largest number of peripheral vascular procedures of any hospital in the area.
In addition, three procedure suites are used for cystoscopies and urodynamics for bladder and other urinary tract tests.
DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital's emergency facility is a certified Level II trauma center, meaning the operating suites are staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Construction has begun on our new state-of-the-art emergency department that will allow us to better serve the community.
Sinai-Grace also offers an Advanced Wound Care Center helps patients who suffer from wounds that will not heal. While most wounds heal quickly, there are specific types of wounds caused by diabetes, poor circulation, limited mobility and trauma that, if left untreated, could result in severe problems.
Nationally mandated patient safety and quality control measures are carefully followed helping to ensure that infection rates are below industry standards.
The Surgical Intensive Care Unit (SICU), located next to the operating rooms, is staffed by physicians who have completed critical care fellowships, providing an extra level of expertise for patients recovering from surgery.
For more information about DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital’s surgical services or a referral to a Sinai-Grace surgeon, call 313-966-4800.