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A visual journey of the new Henry Ford Allegiance Health patient tower that opened in September of 2018.

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HFAH Acquires Advanced Technology for Cancer Treatment

Henry Ford Allegiance Health is the first hospital in Michigan and one of the first in the United States.to acquire the Halcyon™ system for cancer treatment. The sophisticated technology with CT image-guided radiation therapy increases treatment precision, poses less risk to healthy tissue and significantly reduces treatment time.

HFAH Renovates Emergency Department

Henry Ford Allegiance Health has started a multi-phase project to update their Emergency Department. Scheduled for completion in October 2020, the renovations will create a more patient-centered environment for the 75,000 visits provided each year by the department’s specialized team.

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Caring for Your Newborn

An introduction to newborn care. This class will help parents learn the basics of caring for and understanding your newborn baby’s needs....

Vascular Screening - Arterial

Free arterial screening to identify stroke risk factors or the existence of an aneurysm by checking blood flow in neck, abdomen and ankle. This...

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How Much Weight Should You Gain During Pregnancy?

A Henry Ford obstetrician discusses pregnancy weight gain recommendations and explains why the amount of weight you gain is only one component of mom and baby's health and well-being during pregnancy.

Tonsils & Adenoids: Your Questions Answered

When your child has frequent bouts of strep throat or sleep apnea, is it time for the tonsils or adenoids to come out? Maybe. A pediatric ENT explains what tonsils and adenoids are, why they're sometimes removed during childhood and when parents should question tonsillectomy.

Understanding Women's Risk For Heart Attacks

Heart disease is the number one cause of death for women in the U.S. A cardiologist explains the health factors contributing to heart disease and how to decrease your risk of a heart attack.

What You Should Know About Coronary Artery Disease

A Henry Ford interventional cardiologist explains what coronary artery disease is, who is most vulnerable to developing heart disease and how you can reduce your risk of the nation's number one killer.

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