Detroit Receiving Hospital is a 320-bed adult tertiary care facility
specializing in trauma care and emergency medicine, and located on the central
medical campus of the Detroit Medical Center.
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Transferring Patients to Detroit
Detroit Receiving Hospital is the first Level I Trauma Center in the state of
Michigan, and one of the first in the country, as verified by the American
College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma. Detroit Receiving's trauma team
includes physicians, surgeons and nurses trained in specific areas of trauma
Burns: As a comprehensive burn care facility,
the Detroit Receiving Burn Center cares for patients with all types of burn
injuries, including flame, scald electrical, chemical, radiation and frostbite.
Hyperbaric Medicine: Hyperbaric oxygen
therapy (HBOT) has been proven effective in the treatment of smoke inhalation,
carbon monoxide poisoning, rapid ascent disease, and more. Detroit Receiving
offers HBOT 24-hours a day.
Orthopaedic Trauma: Detroit
Receiving's orthopaedic trauma physicians specialize in complex fractures
involving bones, joints, muscles and connective tissues.
As the leader in trauma care, Detroit Receiving Hospital hosts the annual Detroit Trauma Symposium,
in conjunction with Wayne State University School of Medicine. The Detroit
Trauma Symposium addresses the continuum of care of the injured person.
Presenters and attendees include physicians, nurses and allied health providers
who work together to maintain the interdisciplinary cooperation, which is one
hallmark of a coordinated system of trauma care. The Symposium is the largest
event of its kind in America, attracting more than 400 attendees each year.
For more information, contact:
Detroit Receiving Hospital
4201 St. Antoine
Detroit, MI 48201
Phone: (313) 745-2952
Fax: (313) 745-3225
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