About the Hospital
Established in 1926, Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital's mission is to improve human health through excellence in the science and art of health care healing. The hospital, a non-profit corporation governed by a 20-member community-based Board of Trustees, is a member of the world-renowned Henry Ford Health System and annually records revenues exceeding $525 million.
Participation in Leading Medical Education Bodies
Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital is a full participant in the Michigan Osteopathic Postdoctoral Training Institution and the Statewide Campus System of the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine.
With 26 member institutions, the Statewide Campus System is a much-emulated model for osteopathic educational consortia. As a member institution, Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital participates in a wide range of Statewide Campus System benefits, including monthly day-long specialty-specific educational days, faculty development, access to a simulation training center, and several online services.
The institution's medical library houses a complete collection of references and electronic media and offers an eleven-computer public access computer room, a study room, and an audiovisual room. The library is staffed by a full-time librarian. Additionally, affiliation with Henry Ford Health System affords students remote access to the resources of Henry Ford Hospital's Sladen Library, including the UpToDate, DynaMed, ClinicalKey, and Micromedex databases, and a significant collection of electronic books and journals.
- Member of the Council of Teaching Hospitals
- Licensed Beds: 364
- Inpatient Admissions: 17,460
- Teaching Attendings: 150
- Emergency Visits Annually: 74,963
- OB Deliveries Annually: 1,516
- Inpatient and Outpatient Surgeries: 18,962
- Med-surgery Occupancy Rate: 97.1%