Construction Completed

Henry Ford officially completed these significant construction and renovation projects in 2018.


Henry Ford Macomb Hospital

Major phases of a nine-phase, $37 million construction project at Henry Ford Macomb Hospital were completed in 2018. A highly specialized hybrid operating room and six traditional operating rooms opened in October 2018, and an interventional radiology treatment area opened in November 2018. A new Cath Lab for catheter-based procedures was ready for an early 2019 opening. Begun in 2013, the project added 22,000 square feet to the hospital and brings advanced surgical procedures close to home for Macomb-area residents. More phases will open in 2019. Learn More


Henry Ford Allegiance Health Patient Tower

Henry Ford Allegiance Health celebrated the grand opening of a three-story, 59,000 square foot patient tower. Sixty-six new private rooms offer a quiet, healing environment and patient-centered experience. The tower’s design is based on the Universal Suite model, which allows patients to stay in the same room, with in-room testing and the same care team, throughout their hospital stay. Each room includes a refrigerator, wardrobe, charging station and desk space, ample room for visitors, and patient-controlled heating and cooling. Family lounges are included on each floor with comfortable seating and a fireplace. Learn More


Center for Health Innovation & Education

This state-of-the-art facility at Henry Ford Allegiance Health opened in May 2018. The building houses leading-edge technology enabling residents, researchers, educators, physicians and nurses to hone their medical and interpersonal skills. It includes a Simulation Laboratory with lifelike mannequins programmed to react with human physiological responses, providing learners with a broad range of experiences in treating virtually every disease and condition without risk to patients. Learn More


Maplegrove Center Renovation

The first phase of a $3.2 million, year-long renovation at Henry Ford Maplegrove Center for substance abuse treatment was completed in June 2018. Twenty private rooms were created, and renovations modernized three patient lounges, the cafeteria, meeting spaces, multi-media and activities rooms. A garden and labyrinth were added as a tranquil outdoor space for patients to reflect, journal and meditate. Phase two renovations will transform the gymnasium. Learn More


Renovated Catheterization Lab

Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital celebrated the opening of a state-of-the-art, newly renovated catheterization lab. The cath lab is designed to integrate technology, space and workflow and create a multi-sensory environment that operates efficiently to achieve a world-class care experience for patients, families and staff. Patients can choose calming lighting colors, and staff can frost over special glass that separates the control room from the procedure room for patient privacy. Rooms are clutter-free and equipment is stored in recessed, lighted cabinetry for easy staff access during procedures. Learn More


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ArtBlock

Together with the Vera and Joseph Dresner Foundation, Henry Ford launched ArtBlock. A once-vacant commercial building is revitalized into an art-infused space for youth, family, and community programming, and art installations span three corners of Detroit’s Holden-Trumbull intersection. Located south of the downtown campus near the Brigitte Harris Cancer Pavilion, it is one example of the System’s investments that promote growth and development in the communities Henry Ford serves. The System continues to be an integral part of Detroit’s ongoing revitalization. Learn More

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