Community Services and Resources

COMMITMENT TO THE COMMUNITY

Garden City Community Resources

Continuing the tradition of community service, Garden City Hospital takes pride in participating in the surrounding community, both through healthcare services and community outreach efforts. We have sustained a 60-year commitment to provide programs, events, services, and be a trusted source for education.

Disaster Preparedness - Our hospital has a comprehensive disaster preparedness plan to enable the staff to handle any type of emergency. We work with Wayne County Region 2 South Healthcare Coalition. Our Public Information Officer is Chris Allman.

Emergency Services - Our hospital provides comprehensive Emergency Medical Services, 24-hours a day, seven days a week and is a paramedic receiving station.

Blood Drives - Our hospital is a leader in the community and sponsors the American Red Cross four times per year for a community-wide blood drive. The blood drives are held in the Allan Breakie Medical Office Building (on the main campus), lower level classrooms, from 7:00am - 4:15pm.

2017 Blood Drive Dates: March 23, June 22, October 19, and December 14.

Community Assistance Pricing (CAP) - At Garden City Hospital, we don’t want you to sacrifice your wellness because you are worried about the bills. That’s why we developed a reduced pricing program for those who do not have insurance.

Calendar of Events - Find a complete list of hospital and Garden City community events here!

Education - We offer community health classes to give Garden City, Michigan residents the tools and knowledge to achieve their fitness and wellness goals.

Health & Wellness - The Garden City hospital wellness center encourages a medically integrated approach to community health and fitness.

Click below to see how GCH has been involved in the community:

GCH Annual Employee Events: