GCH Health Blog

Top Reasons to see an Internal Medicine Specialist
Nov 7, 2018

Whether you have heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, obesity, lung disease or even just need to see a primary care physician for a common cold, an internal medicine physician is a right person to see. Dr. Mandy Enshiwat, an internal medicine ...

Dr. Mandy Enshiwat on Food & Nutrition
Nov 6, 2018

You can never go wrong with things like fresh fruits and vegetables. Make sure you wash your fruits and vegetables very thoroughly, especially now with the number of pesticides that are being used and how hazardous they are to our health. Dr. ...

What to Bring to your First Visit with your Family Doctor
Nov 2, 2018

If you're seeing a doctor for the first time, it helps as a new patient to have a few things brought with you to facilitate and make the entire process more productive for yourself and for your doctor and helps them learn who you are and what ...

Dr. Stanley Sczecienski on Concussions
Nov 1, 2018

Dr. Stanley Sczecienski, Family and Sports Medicine physician at Garden City Hospital speaks on the symptoms, examination, and treatment of concussions. If you or a loved one have experienced any of the symptoms described, please call 734-261-3778 to ...

Building healthier lives, free of stroke
Oct 29, 2018 Comments(0)

Monday, October 29, is World Stroke Day. On behalf of the American Stroke Association, we recognize those and their families who have been impacted by a stroke and help educate on the types, symptoms and risk factors. Types of Stroke: Ischemic ...

Dr. Michael Sherman on the latest techniques in laser-assisted cataract surgery
Oct 22, 2018

What is a cataract? When do we take it out? What are our options regarding taking it out? What are our lens options? What should a patient expect from their postoperative outcome? Board-Certified Ophthalmologist, Dr. Michael Sherman discusses the ...

Get treated, not seated
Oct 1, 2018

Get treated, not seated at Garden City Hospital ER. You talked, we listened. We've been striving to improve every day, for you. We want you to return to the things that matter most to you. That is why we have improved our processes to create a ...

Dr. Sczecienski on pain management and the latest opioid epidemic
Sep 4, 2018

Chronic pain has been a problem in the United States for many years. The difficulty is it has been treated very differently over the course of those years. For many years it has been a situation for which physicians were not giving medication because ...

Garden City Hospital Today, Spring 2018
Apr 18, 2018

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Garden City Hospital Earns American Heart Association 2017 Stroke Gold Plus Quality Award
Sep 14, 2017

Garden City Hospital Earns American Heart Association 2017 Stroke Gold Plus Quality Award Garden City Hospital received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Gold Plus Quality ...

VIDEO: Celebrating Cardiac Survivorship
Aug 9, 2017

As a proud partner of the GCH Health & Wellness Event: Celebrating Cardiac Survivorship, the City of Westland recorded our special day! We are excited to share the important information and stories offered by both our experts and survivors. ...

Physician Led... then and today.
Jul 10, 2017

Physician-led… then and today. On March 10, 1947, Dr. Oryliss Brooker, Dr. Robert Gardner, Dr. Albert Kull, Dr. Robert Ogden, Dr. Wallace Willman, Dr. Samuel Wotring had a vision of what healthcare for women could be and established the Garden ...

Garden City Hospital Today vol. 1
Jul 6, 2017

Read about the new Garden City Hospital Today! See how we are moving our community toward a healthier tomorrow. Click here to download Garden City Hospital Today.

Dry Drowning: Know the Signs
Jun 25, 2017

What is dry drowning? The terms "dry drowning" and "secondary drowning" (also called submersion injuries) are often used interchangeably -- even by some experts -- but they're actually different conditions, In dry drowning, ...

GCH Teams: Cardiology
May 5, 2017

Left to right: Julie, James, Courtney, Joe, Valerie, Debbie What a great Team!! James, Courtney, and Joe are Cardiovascular Techs. Val and I are both RN’s and Julie is our Department Secretary. I think the greatest part about my team is that ...

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony: Elective Interventional Cardiology Program
May 2, 2017

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony: Elective Interventional Cardiology Program Follow your heart to the new Garden City Hospital Cardiovascular Center of Excellence. We’re bringing the heart and vascular experts to the patients in their own neighborhood. ...

Understanding the Different Types of Cancer Treatments
Apr 19, 2017

For any person, one of the most difficult things they can go through is finding out they have some type of illness or condition that can threaten their way of life. One of the most devastating is cancer. Most people hear this and immediately think of ...

What Should I Do Prior to Surgery?
Apr 14, 2017

There are numerous conditions or injuries that require the patient to undergo surgery in order to properly heal. When someone is set to have surgery, it’s easy for them to think about the procedure and what can happen, but this can also lead to ...

Tips for Keeping Off Weight
Mar 29, 2017

When it comes to health tips, many people want to know how to keep off extra weight and stay fit. Here are some tips to keep in mind. Before you start, speak with your physician to make a plan that is right for you. Stay Active Make sure you dedicate ...

Patient Safety Tips
Mar 13, 2017

It’s Patient Safety Awareness Week. For many patients in the hospital, they are focused on their health and with the reason why they are there. They may be dealing with a disease, isolated incident, or have an injury that requires surgery. As ...

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