Medical Education

About GCH

History

Garden City Hospital began as the vision of six local osteopathic physicians in March of 1947. The current facility opened its doors in April 1960 and has undergone several major expansions and renovations since that time. Osteopathic internship and residency programs have been part of the hospital’s mission since 1952. As an original flagship hospital for osteopathic training, GCH is proud to have provided postdoctoral medical education to more than 1,300 DO’s.

In July of 2014, Garden City Hospital became a member of Prime Healthcare Services, a multihospital system based in Ontario, California that has been recognized by Truven among the Top 15 Healthcare Systems nationally. Prime member hospitals have received Top Hospital awards for quality.

For more on Prime, please visit their website at www.primehealthcare.com.

Mission

Garden City Hospital is committed to providing health care that improves the wellbeing of the whole person and the health status of the community at large through the provision of comprehensive health care services, osteopathic medical education, and health care related programs.

Hospital Locations

Garden City Hospital
6245 N. Inkster Road, Garden City, MI 48135
Main campus includes emergency department, inpatient units,
labor and delivery, surgery center, and inpatient rehabilitation unit.

Specialty Centers of Westland
35550 Central City Parkway, Westland, MI 48185
Hyperbaric and wound care center, sports medicine center, sleep medicine center,
breast imaging, and outpatient physical therapy and rehabilitation.

Medical Staff

Garden City Hospital has a total of 365 physicians in 47 specialties, and includes DO’s, MD’s and other providers. Members of the Medical Staff are selected to provide supervision to GCH interns, residents, and fellows, as well as medical students.

Accreditation and Affiliations

All graduate medical education programs at GCH are accredited through the American Osteopathic Association.
GCH is a founding member of the Statewide Campus System of the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine (www.scs.msu.edu).
SCS serves as the academic sponsor of all graduate medical education programs at Garden City Hospital.

Garden City Hospital is accredited as an acute care hospital by the Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program (www.hfap.org).
GCH is also HFAP-accredited as a Primary Stroke Center.


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