As your hospital care partner, we will:

Relieve you of hospital visits and night/weekend duty.
We visit patients every day, and we are on call 24/7.

Earn your patients trust.
We meet with the patients and family within 24 hours of arrival to explain our role, and we are always available to answer their questions.

Take full responsibility for inpatient care.
We will make care plans and act as your liason with the rest of the care giving team.

Keep you informed and in charge.
We will report daily by phone. fax, or email, whichever is more convenient for you.

Work with the specialists you prefer.
We know we are standing in for you, we respect your recommendations.

Be attentive and accessible.
Because we practice entirely in the hospital, we are quick to respond to patient needs.

Why Great Lakes Medicine?

Primary care physicians partner with hospital groups for two practical reasons: It saves time and it reduces costs. When you no longer need to make hospital visits or coordinate treatment for hospital patients, overhead goes down and you have more time for office practice. It makes good sense to put specialists in charge of your hospital patients, but only if you can be sure those patients will receive the best possible care. That’s why we want you to know what sets Great Lakes Medicine apart.

“We believe that clear communication – with the patient, the primary care doctor, and the entire care team – is a critical factor in making patients comfortable and achieving optimal outcomes.”

Our hospitalists have special training in acute care and years of hospital practice experience. They are all well-qualified, dedicated and compassionate.  However all our physicians  have another qualification we consider very important; They are skilled communicators. We believe that clear communication Рwith the patient, the primary care doctor, and the entire care team Рis a critical factor in making patients comfortable and achieving optimal outcomes.

Great Lakes Medicine hospitalists practice in Detroit metro area hospitals, including:

St. John Medical System, Beaumont, Select Care, Henry Ford Macomb Hospital, and Triumph.