Sinai-Grace Hospital

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6071 W OUTER DRIVE, DETROIT, MI 48235 USA

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(313) 966-3300
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6071 W OUTER DRIVE, DETROIT, MI 48235 USA

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Cotorra Books
Cotorra Books

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Worse hospital in the world. Do not go here if you would like to live. They will keep you sick for as long as they can and milk your insurance company. The staff don't listen they ignore your concerns and complaints. They can't tell when a patient is in distress, they will misdiagnose you. You will likely get a blood infection and pneumonia which they won't do anything about until it's to late

G W
G W

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

I came in for a lower stomach and lower back pain issue. I checked and it took them about an hour and a half to get me to the back long story short they I was told to pee in the cup and then I Waited in the room over four hours to give me any results and then the actual doctor got upset and wouldn’t prescribe me any medicines and told me to report to my doctor in four weeks I don’t understand how doctors have attitudes when their job is to care for people I was told I had an inflammation around a cyst on my uterus. And that’s why I have pain. Rewind back around noon a nurse gave me a Tylenol which didn’t work. Around 130pm a nurse came in my room saying “oh I need a blanket” not “are u still in pain, or do you need anything” I instantly got upset and asked for the doctor she came in 15 minutes after that and I told her this isn’t proper care. “Remind u I can’t sit because I was in that much pain” I have good insurance yet I’m getting horrible service. These doctors and nurse are literally here for a pay check. I ended up at providence I had to get 2 shots in my back and a steroid to try to strink the cyst because unlike Sinai grace I had 3 cyst Not 1 and I may need surgery. Sinai grace couldn’t tell me that? They need to revamp these Doctors I can only imagine how they let people suffer on there time. Literally it is NO TELLING HOW MANY PATIENTS HAVE DIED DUE TO NON PROPER CARE” never again

Angie Burns
Angie Burns

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

We got here at 12:15am, sat in the lobby for over and hour finally get to the back around 2am. The doctor comes in and says we need to get and xray for my 9 year old once the xray was done now bo sign of the doctor, it's now almost 4am still no sign of the doctor there should be a law that you cannot milk someone insurance because that's obvious that is what they are doing.

Zadie Reed
Zadie Reed

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 weeks ago

Went to Sinia Grace on 6/20 with adomen pain I was brought in by the paramedic that did not help the case, upon arrival i sat in the wheel chair moaning while the hospital nurses and doctors played and had a good time finally they took me to a room when it took the doctor 30 minutes to come he did not seemed to care, when he left oit he assured me that Renita was coming with meds for the pain and something for nasuea we waited about anpther 30 min nooo Renita. By this time my daughter was down the hall begging for help.the nurses stated to her that this was not their floor and it was nothing that she could do so we had enough my daughters got a wheel chair and pushed me out of that horrible place and was taken to Providence where they were professional and I was seen as soon as 5 min by a doctor.

Happy Face
Happy Face

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

They would get zero stars, if that was possible. The staff at the visitor check in desk had this "I don't care demeanor, like "I'm at work, but don't bother me or ask me to do anything".

My mother was transferred there from a local NH at noon. When she got to the ED she was put in a room. No one hardly checked on her. She was sent there for bleeding. The nurse never check her brief. She drew blood and started an hep loc, but when I asked her about the bleeding she had not a clue. They gave her an antibiotic when they don't even know she had an infection.

It was like a ghost town. It was so disorganized. It was pathetic. No one could tell us anything. All I got was I don't know. They have the nurses doing everything with no support staff. They have the RN leave the ED to transport patients to their room, but the tech starts the IVs. WHY!!! That is a waste of resources. The nurse we had was still finishing her work at 9 PM.

My mother's wet and bloody incontinence brief did not get changed for 6 hours, even though staff knew she needed to be changed. No one ever came back. We saw the tech once in the 11 hours we were there. They don't make rounds.

You would have thought that DTE cut off the heat. It was that.cold in the room. My mother had six blankets on her and she was still cold and so were we. I kept my winter coat on and my hands were stiff from being cold. Again no one could help.

There was no one effectively moving patients out of the ED. There was a lot of chit-chat between the staff. Medical presence was a joke. It really seemed as though staff was left to figure things out on their own. I will try and change my mother's doctor so she won't have to come back there. I do not like their ED at all, at all.at all.

My mother was finally admitted. When we got to the room, the nurses were nice, attentive, efficient, and friendly to my mother. I was comforted in leaving her there by that. The team work was apparent, but NOT in that ED. It was horrible!!!