Henry Ford Macomb Hospital Expansion

Discover the future of healthcare at Henry Ford Macomb Hospital with our latest expansion project — the Janet & Jim Riehl North Tower. This impressive addition encompasses 225,000 square feet across five stories, featuring 160 all-private patient rooms designed to enhance comfort, privacy, and healing.

Elevating care, building on tradition

Henry Ford Macomb Hospital has proudly served as a cornerstone of healthcare excellence since 1899. With the opening of the Janet & Jim Riehl North Tower, we continue our legacy of innovation and community commitment. This expansion marks the largest project since our founding in 1975, symbolizing our dedication to providing Macomb County with superior healthcare facilities.

Advanced care in every detail

The Janet & Jim Riehl North Tower isn't just about adding space — it's about transforming the patient experience. Each private room is meticulously designed with input from patients, families, physicians, and our dedicated team members. From high-tech medical capabilities to thoughtful, personal touches, every aspect is tailored to support healing and recovery.

Key Features of Our Expansion:

  • 160 All-Private Patient Rooms: Ensuring a serene environment conducive to healing.
  • Expanded Intensive Care Unit: Increasing capacity to 60 suites for specialized critical care.
  • Redesigned North Entrance: Welcoming patients and visitors with a modern, accessible entryway.

Partnering for a healthier community

As we look to the future, Henry Ford Macomb Hospital remains committed to advancing medicine and improving health outcomes for all. We invite you to explore our enhanced facilities, experience our compassionate care firsthand, and join us in shaping the future of healthcare in Macomb County.

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