Botsford General Hospital
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Founded in Detroit in 1944 as Zieger Osteopathic Hospital, Botsford General Hospital serves residents in southern Oakland County and western Wayne County. The 330-bed facility is also a certified trauma center and is certified as an environmentally friendly cancer center. In addition to the main campus, which includes the hospital, Botsford has a number of facilities and offices in and around the community. Botsford records more than 17,000 in-patient admissions and 59,391 emergency room visits annually, served by a staff of 641 highly qualified medical professionals. Botsford has a total staff of 2,473, making it the largest employer in Farmington Hills. The hospital is a teaching site for Michigan State University's College of Osteopathic Medicine.
28050 Grand River Ave, Farmington Hills, MI 48336
- Hours: Daily, 24 hrs
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