Emergency & Trauma Care

Henry Ford Allegiance Health has been recognized by independent organizations as one of the best hospitals in Michigan for emergency care. The Emergency Department (ED) is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including holidays. Our exceptional team of physicians, advanced practice providers, nurses and technicians are ready to treat urgent medical needs, from broken bones and intense stomach pain to chest pain, heart attack and severe bleeding.

As a Level II Trauma Center, we provide 24-hour coverage by trauma surgeons. We are equipped to treat the most severely injured patients locally, eliminating the need for transportation to another hospital—when lost time can be life threatening.

If you are having a life-threatening emergency, call 9-1-1 immediately. Do not attempt to drive yourself to the hospital.

Excellent Emergency Physicians

The Henry Ford Allegiance Emergency Department partners with Independent Emergency Physicians. Specialists in emergency medicine, these experienced physicians work closely with our nursing staff, consistently surpassing national standards for emergency care, including cardiac care.

Level II Trauma Center

Henry Ford Allegiance Health has been verified by the American College of Surgeons as a Level II Trauma Center, which qualifies our trauma team to treat the most severely injured patients, including those who have had major automobile accidents, sporting accidents, falls, head injuries and spinal injuries. This will save most patients a 40-minute ambulance or helicopter ride to another facility. In cases of severe injury, eliminating transport time can be lifesaving. Learn more about our trauma care.

Comfortable Environment

The Henry Ford Allegiance Emergency Department features 50 private rooms, an on-site pharmacy and family waiting areas—all in a comfortable environment. Valet parking is available free of charge.

Severe chest pain is not always present with a heart attack, especially for older adults, people with diabetes and women. They may experience sudden shortness of breath, coughing, dizziness, fatigue or weakness. Don’t take a chance. Call 9-1-1.