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Henry Ford Jackson Hospital

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Henry Ford Allegiance Health
Henry Ford Jackson Hospital
205 N East Ave Jackson, MI 49201

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Open 24 hours, 7 days a week

Emergency Room open 24 hours, 7 days a week

Since 1918, Jackson-area families have looked to Henry Ford Jackson Hospital  as their community health provider. Now a 420-bed health system comprised of more than 40 different facilities that serve the entire region. Our traditional acute care services are complemented by mission-based services to support the care continuum for all members of the community.

Our patients and customers are the focus of everything we do. Our skilled and dedicated team strives to provide you and your family with the same level of safe, high-quality care we would want for our own families. We will do everything we can to ensure you have a great hospital experience. Thank you for allowing us to care for you.

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We want to provide you with safe, high quality care throughout your hospital stay. We also want to make sure your friends and loved ones feel cared for too. If there’s anything we can do to improve your experience with us, please do not hesitate to share with your Care Team. We are here for you.

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