Garden City, Mich. – Garden City Hospital and the Henry Ford Medical Group announced today a new collaboration for cancer care services beginning this month at Garden City Hospital..
Oncologists from the Henry Ford Medical Group will see patients who previously received care from Stephen B. Goldfarb, D.O., hematologist and oncologist. The Henry Ford Medical Group will provide cancer care services at the hospital as well.
“We are pleased to offer our patients the expertise of the Henry Ford Medical Group,” said Saju George, CEO of Garden City Hospital. “I am confident this partnership will contribute to our mission to provide high quality medical care to our community.”
Robert Chapman, M.D., director of Hematology/Oncology at Henry Ford Health System, will oversee group coverage at Garden City Hospital. Along with Dr. Chapman, the team of Henry Ford hematology and oncology physicians, advance practice nurses and physician assistants at GCH will include Thomas Doyle, M.D.; Ahmad Mattour, M.D.; Jawad Sheqwara, M.D.; Vijaya Donthireddy, M.D.; Joseph Won, M.D.; Philip Kuriakose, M.D.; Catherine Carroll, NP; Celina Kirsch, PA; Cynthia Ulreich, NP and Janell Wilcox, PA.
“We look forward to working with Garden City Hospital and having the opportunity for our team to provide expert oncology care to patients in the Garden City community,” said Dr. Chapman.
To schedule appointments, call 734-522-0404.
About Garden City Hospital:
Garden City Hospital is a 176 bed community hospital located in Garden City, Michigan with a full range of services and off-site locations. The hospital is ranked nationally for clinical excellence with a 5-Star Quality Award ™ from Health Grades for Critical Care, Cardiac Care, Gastrointestinal, Neurosciences, Orthopedics, Patient Safety, Prostate Surgery, and Pulmonary Service and is a Blue Cross, Blue Shield of Michigan Blue Distinction Center for Hip & Knee Replacement and Maternity Care. GCH earned HFAP certification as a primary stroke center and Gold Plus standing from the American Heart Association and is recognized by U.S. News and World report as high performing for COPD and Heart Failure. GCH received the Leap Frog designation for excellence in patient safety in 2016. Learn more at gch.org.
About Prime Healthcare and Prime Healthcare Foundation:
Prime Healthcare is an award-winning national hospital system with 44 acute-care hospitals providing nearly 43,500 jobs in 14 states. Twelve of the hospitals are members of the Prime Healthcare Foundation, a 501(c)3 public charity with a mission of providing quality, compassionate healthcare for all. Based in California and one of the largest hospital systems in the country, Prime Healthcare and its hospitals have been recognized as among the “100 Top Hospitals” in the nation 36 times and among the “15 Top Health Systems” three times, and Prime Healthcare is the only "Top 10 Health System" west of the Mississippi. For more information, please visit www.primehealthcare.com.