Doctors’ Hospital of Michigan is a fully accredited acute care health care facility in Pontiac, Michigan, serving northern Oakland County. It was established in 2008 as Michigan’s full-service, for-profit, acute-care community hospital with physician ownership. Doctors’ Hospital of Michigan (DHM) is home to a variety of medical services including: Acute Medical Surgery; Behavioral Medicine; Emergency Center; Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Radiology; Endoscopy; Lab; and an award-winning Family Medicine Center and Family Medicine Residency Program. Doctors’ Hospital of Michigan (DHM) is also home to The Pain Relief Center and Euro-Pēds National Center for Intensive Pediatric Physical Therapy, North America’s first hospital-based intensive pediatric physical therapy program for children with Cerebral Palsy and other neuromuscular disorders.
Other off-campus services include an Ambulatory Care Center in Waterford (including Urgent Care Services, Radiology, Lab, Physical Therapy, Occupational Medicine and North Oakland Ambulatory Surgical Center), and RT Specialists, a durable medical equipment company.
Doctors’ Hospital of Michigan provides a medical staff of over 200 physicians, representing a wide range of medical specialties. DHM has partnerships with the Wayne State University and is a fully-accredited teaching facility.
DHM’s mission is to deliver high quality healthcare and health-related services to patients within Pontiac and Northern Oakland County in a cost-effective and efficient manner. The hospital also carries on an important tradition in Northern Oakland County by being located in the same location as Oakland County’s first hospital established in 1910. It is an icon in the community and is known by patients for its warm, compassionate caring healthcare professionals who take time to know their patients in a friendly healing environment. Our vision is to be the premiere independent hospital in Michigan through excellent customer service and personalized health care.