Oakwood Hospital - Dearborn

Nancy
SWAT Nurse
Oakwood Hospital & Medical Center
"At Oakwood Hospital & Medical Center everyone works together, it is like a family and ROC is changing the way we work together, nurses work in teams, we have flexible schedules, the options are endless."


Nancy
SWAT Nurse
Oakwood Hospital & Medical Center
"At Oakwood Hospital & Medical Center everyone works together, it is like a family and ROC is changing the way we work together, nurses work in teams, we have flexible schedules, the options are endless."


Oakwood Hospital & Medical Center (OHMC) has 650 beds, and is a full-service teaching hospital that has served southeast Michigan for more than 50 years. OHMC is the tertiary hub of the Oakwood Healthcare System, providing high-level clinical care in a setting designed around the individuality of each patient.

OHMC offers state-of-the art emergency medicine, general medicine and surgery, outpatient surgery, diagnostic imaging, labor and delivery/neonatal intensive care, pediatrics, intensive care and coronary units. This center is also the hub for Oakwood’s centers of excellence in Heart & Vascular, Orthopedics/NeurologyWomen’s Health and Cancer.

OHMC has also been recognized as a "Top 100" cardiology hospital for the seventh time in eight years.

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Unit

# of Beds

Patient Population

10 South

32

General medical oncology; teaching; 8 flex monitors

9 North

32

Medical cardiac patients; 12 flex monitors

9 South

32

Medical diabetic, cardiac, teaching; 12 flex monitors

8 North

23

Renal/medical patients, CAPD; 8 flex monitors

Hemodialysis

7

Renal patients requiring hemodialysis

8 South

32

Advanced progressive care medical unit, respiratory focus; 8 flex monitors

7 North

32

Surgical, neurology, primarily stroke unit; 8 flex monitors

7 South

32

Surgical, orthopedics unit; 8 flex monitors

6 North

32

Advanced progressive care, surgical; urology; 8 flex monitors

6 South

32

General surgery, post ostomy and trach patients; bariatric surgical; 8 flex monitors

OP Oncology Center

16

Outpatient Cancer Tech: Antibiotics, IV's; Chemo / IGG

IV Team

NA

Start IV’s and PICC lines

Critical Care Units

Unit

# of Beds

Patient Population

CVCU

18

Post op, open heart; patient stays in CVCU from preoperative stage through to discharge

CCU

18

Cardiac patients, hemodynamic monitoring, ventilators

ICU

17

Major surgery, multi-system failure, multiple trauma, severely unstable patients, ventilators

4 North

28

Cardiac step-down, pre/post interventional catheterizations, stents; chest pain

4 South

32

Cardiac step-down, pre/post interventional catheterizations, stents; chest pain

3 North

11

Intensive Care with neuro focus; Major surgery, multi-system failure, hemodynamic monitoring, ICP monitoring, ventilators

3 East

16

ICU step-down

3 South

16

ICU step-down; Major surgery, arterial and central lines, ventilators

3 West

12

ICU step-down; Major surgery, arterial and central lines, ventilators

Emergency

62

Level 2 Trauma, 86,000 Pts. Visits/Year, Cardiac trauma, Neuro, Ortho, Pediatric

Interim Stay Unit

53

ED Observation Unit, Special Procedures, Pre and Post Cath Lab

Cardiac Catheterization Lab

6: 1 EP and 5 CCL

Coronary and peripheral procedures; highly technical and fast paced

OB Services

Unit

# of Beds

Patient Population

L & D

18 LDR, 3 OR, 3 RR, 6 Triage

Level 3 Birthing Center, Obstetrical patients, Magnesium Sulfate, High Risk deliveries

Antepartum

9

High risk preterm labor patients

Mother/Baby

33

Obstetrical patients, antepartum, postpartum, and newborns

NICU

30

Neonatal population (level 3)

Women & Children’s Healthcare Unit

40

30 Bed pediatric, 10 beds for Women’s Health and Gynecology

OR Services

Unit

# of Beds

Patient Population

OR

15 Inpatient OR’s, 8 Outpatient OR’s, 3 Open Heart, 2 Endo

All OR cases except transplants or pediatric cardiology

POHA/PACU

18 Poha
24 Pacu

Pre & Post op

OP Surgery

14 Poha
14 Pacu