Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital

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2333 BIDDLE AVE, WYANDOTTE, MI 48192 USA

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(734) 246-6000
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2333 BIDDLE AVE, WYANDOTTE, MI 48192 USA

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Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital
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2.8 out of 5 stars

Matt Graves
Matt Graves

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

I have been here twice in a week.
The staff has been very professional.
the Doctors was so refreshing. he sat next to me and calmly asked to tell him the whole story.
He listened intently asking the right questions.
I felt cared for and very safe.
We moved back to Michigan from Texas and my prescriptions were reclassified in the way that they can be prescribed and by whom.
I had also lost 90 pounds in a year.
They checked me out, ran tests to confirm nothing serious but gave me a clear treatment plan to follow up later.
As for continuing out of state care, I was sent from Dr to Dr and the ER at Henry Ford saved me twice from possible seizures and helped me with my next steps.
Be honest they are compassionate.

Jason VanDerHeyden
Jason VanDerHeyden

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Rehabilitation center employees are great but they're practices and overall lack of final evaluation sucks. My mother was released today after doing a 2 week stint in rehab following the partial removal of a brain tumor. I figured they at least made sure she had the strength necessary to cope with life albeit with some assistance. Nope. She immediately fell trying to go up the stairs as soon as I got her home and she can't lift herself up from the toilet either. I guess once the insurance money runs out so does the importance of your recovery.

Jehanzeb Ashraf
Jehanzeb Ashraf

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I’d like to review maternity department. Our baby was delivered here. Entire staff is so great and helping

LaMonica Adams
LaMonica Adams

2 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Daytime nursing staff was wonderful afternoon ok too but these night time people are not worth this. I understand my phone may have been loud but I am 57 not 5-7yrs old and you will not disrespect me. I am as educated as you are but without patients you have no jobs. Then I hear your loud mouths running keeping me awake. I will go to Main or W. Bloomfield I'm done here.

mike wood
mike wood

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

The amount of HORROR STORIES I have about this place could fill an entire novel. In fact, it would probably mirror the Jewish Talmud in its size; 30 years of experiences and this place has only gotten worse.

I'll stick to the most recent experience and if I get the same copy-pasted reply I keep seeing, I will edit to record my every experience for all to see. (And, for the record, my company has the same number of reviews with a 4.8 average and I normally rave about places, rather than trashing them) ...

Bring a child in who normally has an enormous appetite but who hasn't eaten in two days, has been vomiting stomach acid and who has diarrhea? Oh, he's fine - without any tests or anything - because he appears energetic. (After the "caregivers" have been told he's been so lethargic that he's slept nearly 20 hrs in a 24 hr period) ... Don't test his blood, that requires effort. Don't test his stool or urine; also effort. Have him jump up and down, use that to determine he doesn't have appendicitis, state that his throat is a little swollen (likely "just from the vomiting") and don't even ATTEMPT to find out if he has an infection or virus. Just give his mom saline in a hallway and hand the kid a popsicle. I mean, as his father, I even informed them that I had been sick enough the week before to take a day off for the first time in 5 years.

They. Did. Nothing .They.Tested.Nothing. Discharge instructions were to drink water and come back if it all worsened. To what? Death? Coma?

In all honesty, a stranger with no medical training at a McDonald's would have been more helpful.

Now they're both deathly ill and we're stuck seeking another hospital due to the Medicaid mess that is 'stalk them until the proper threat makes them respond' cycle.

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