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Henry Ford Health System - Emergency Rooms
... The Henry Ford Health System operates nine emergency departments (ED), also known as emergency rooms (ER) ... Township No 24 hours a day, 7 days a week Henry Ford Medical Center - Cottage ED Grosse Pointe Farms No 24 hours a day, 7 days a week Henry Ford Macomb Hospital - Clinton Campus ED Clinton ...
Henry Ford Hospital - Overview
... Henry Ford Hospital is an 802-bed hospital located in Detroit’s New Center area ... is staffed by the 1,200 physicians and scientists in the Henry Ford Medical Group ... The model for the Henry Ford Medical Group is the same model used at the Mayo Clinic, Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Cleveland Clinic ...
Henry Ford Health System - Medical Centers
... The Henry Ford Health System operates thirty general medical centers and seven specialized medical facilities ... Name Location Services Notes Website Henry Ford Medical Center - Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Henry Ford Medical Center - Canton Canton Henry Ford Medical Center - Columbus Center Novi Henry Ford ... Clair Shores Henry Ford Medical Center - Fairlane Dearborn Henry Ford Medical Center - Farmington Road West Bloomfield Henry Ford Medical Center - Harbortown ...

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