• Daniel Sheesley, DO

Daniel Sheesley, DO

Emergency Medicine

313-593-7440

313.593.7440

  • Department of Emergency Medicine

    18101 Oakwood Boulevard, PO Box 2500
    Dearborn, MI 48124
     Driving Directions313.593.7440313.593.7440
    313.982.5505 - fax

    Board Certification

    American Osteopathic Board of Emergency Medicine

    Medical Education

    Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine

    Internship

    Naval Medical Center - Transitional

    Residency

    Pontiac Osteopathic Hospital - Emergency Medicine

    Hospital Affiliations

    Oakwood Hospital - Dearborn
    Oakwood Hospital - Southshore
    Oakwood Hospital - Taylor
    Oakwood Hospital - Wayne

    Gender

    Male

    Emergency Cardiac Care...When Time is of the Essence - 60 sec

    When treating a heart attack patient, time is of the essence. Faster treatment means better odds of making a full recovery, without long-term damage to the most important muscle in the human body. Door-to-balloon time is the time between when a patient arrives at the Emergency Department until they receive the life-saving angioplasty and resume blood flow to the heart. Oakwood’s door-to-balloon time is, on average, about 55 minutes - well below the national average of 90 minutes. Thanks to the use of new technology that allows paramedics to transmit EKG information to a cardiologist’s smart phone, more lives are being saved than ever before. This is one more reason why Oakwood is metro Detroit’s leader in cardiac care.

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