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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Below the national average


Below the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


Below the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Oakland County, MI.

Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

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As a person who requires frequent surgeries, I can say that I love the set up and cleanliness of the rooms and facilities. However, I will never return to this hospital after my last emergency room experience. I was carried into the hospital in distress and unable to stand, I had already fallen once. The emergency department tech didn't believe me and literally pushed me out of the wheelchair and onto the floor, then requiring two people to lift me into the bed, the doctor accused me of being "on something," and refused to treat my symptoms even after blood work showed nothing in my system, they violated my rights by refusing to let me see another physician, or to even call my primary care provider, after 5 hours the er doctor discharged me without treatment-I couldn't stand or walk still- the techs dead lifted me into a truck, and sent me home. Clearly I survived, but the whole experience was terrifying and humiliating. I contacted my insurance provider and they are refusing payment, for "alleged" treatments that were billed for. PATIENT BEWARE (in the last week)

Completely modern hospital. Great conveniences. Very good service. Beautiful atrium, good food in the cafeteria and also very good food as a patient with individualized meals. Highly recommend. (3 weeks ago)

This review is only for the ultrasound department. On May 14 I was scheduled for ultrasound. Unfortunately I locked my keys in the car and had to wait for the Bloomfield Hills police to come. I told the receptionist in ultrasound and she told me to come back when the car was unlocked. I did this and offered to reschedule as this was my fault. Rather I was taken back by the tech (I did not get her name and she did not introduce herself or have name tag)who began to berate me: I missed half of my appointment, why didn't I notify someone (I had), why didn't I answer my phone (it was in the car), why didn't I leave the car and take care of it later (I was not leaving my purse/keys in full view), and so on. I offered many times to reschedule and was told just to get it over with. I certainly did not need to be treated as a naughty child. The ultrasound was done. Customer service, caring and being pleasant should be part of the job. (2 months ago)

The absolute worst emergency room I’ve ever witnessed in my lifetime. I took my 3 year old son in to the ER because both of eyes eyes were severely swollen, draining, and red. My son didn’t even look like himself anymore. That’s how bad it was. So we get to the ER and they had us sit in the hallway because all of the rooms were full. We were sitting literally right next door to the single bathroom open to all emergency room patients. As I sat right next to the bathroom door with my 3 year old toddler, endless sick patients are walking in and out of the bathroom. The odor? Disgusting. The view? Terrible. I asked the nurse how long it would be to see a doctor and she said “at least 4 hours. We don’t consider your case an emergency. Your more then welcome to leave if you like” You bet I LEFT! And I’ll never ever go back there again. Shame on you. (a month ago)

This hospital is a JOKE! My boyfriend came to the ER with extreme abdominal pain and he was throwing up. They drew his blood, which his white cell count was more than double the normal amount. His liver enzymes were high and he also had high blood pressure. They transferred him to his room (which he stayed in for TWO DAYS!) while they just gave him pain meds and an IV. He did not see a doctor the entire time he was there. They boast about how "updated and nice" this hospital is, but fail to help their patients. So now my boyfriend is at home, still in pain because these "professionals" can't do their job. Thanks for milking his insurance HF, it's what you do best. (2 months ago)

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