Saint Mary Mercy Hospital, is a drug and alcohol addiction treatment rehab in Livonia, Michigan. Focusing on changing the lives of those affected by drug and alcohol addiction, the addiction counselors at Saint Mary Mercy Hospital aim to do everything in their power to make their patients feel comfortable in their newfound surroundings and provide them with the most effective treatment possible.
Treating all addictions, as well as underlying psychological disorders that may have contributed to the birth of the addiction, is paramount when being treated at a high-quality drug and alcohol rehab in Livonia, Michigan. This, amongst other reasons, is why Saint Mary Mercy Hospital offers certain treatment approaches that have been proven to work. These treatment approaches may include: Personalized Treatment Plan. Addiction treatment options are available to 18+ and Saint Mary Mercy Hospital accepts specific insurances, such as: Medicare, Most Insurances.
It's important to strive in helping those suffering from drug and alcohol addiction to build a solid foundation for a renewed and improved future. Despite the severity of an addict's addiction, recovery is possible. With the proper treatment plan in place, addiction treatment patients can accomplish all of their goals and more. Get in touch with Saint Mary Mercy Hospital by visiting their website at www.stmarymercy.org to get started.
I had such a wonderful experience at Five West. The staff was so kind and charismatic, they truly went out of their way for the sake of your comfort. These people really love their jobs & i’m greatful such wonderful people could help me back on my feet
June 20th I under went a scheduled surgery. I found the facility to be very clean with state of the art equipment. The staff and surgeon were amazing and provided excellent care.
Wonderful experience, excellent care, Every doctor, nurse, tech, transporter, dietary staff and housekeeper that I encountered was amazing!!! I was really sick and this hospital and staff took great care of me!!!
My primary Doctor referred me to the ER department at St. Mary to get a scan of my abdomen due to a hernia. I found the entire staff that I encountered on my visit to be very friendly and professional. A special thanks to Dr. Daniel Keyes and Dr. Linda Cox for treating me as if they were my primary care Doctor's rather than the stereotypical ER type doctor. They were kind, very laid back, and communicated with me as if I was their only patient for the day. I will not hesitate to return to St. Mary Hospital when their services are needed again.
They operate a top hospital. Staff has always been amazing. I am going in today for a MRI and I am sure will will get the same great treatment as I always have.
THIS HOSPITAL IS AWESOME THE STAFF IS GREAT, AND THE DOCORS AND NURSES HERE ARE QUALIFIED AND DO THERE JOB WELL ,THEY MADE ME FEEL LIKE , THEY CARED ABOUT MY WELL BEING AND MADE ME AS COMFORTABLE AS POSSIBLE WHILE I WAS THERE, THANKS SO MUCH FOR THE LOVE SHOWN ST. MARY MERCY!!! GOD BLESS YOU ALL , AND THANKS SO MUCH FOE THE JOBS YOU ALL DO DAILY, GOOD LOOKING OUT😍
I believe the staff is wonderful and works very hard. They are loving and caring staff. Like anyone, there is stress on the job. In a hospital, there is immense stress. This hospital takes steps to provide such good & hardworking care. I love the nurses, clerks, doctors, case mangers, and social workers. The staff is exceptional and the effort to provide healing is seen in the medical and spiritual areas of the hospital. It's all encompassing!
I had an ALIF fusion. I had excellent care. The staff were all wonderful and went out of the way to accommodate me with any requests. I had a small mishap during surgery and it was handled efficiently. The room was spacious I was given. I can't really remark on the food. I don't have an appetite after surgery. I stayed 5 days and they made it as comfortable as possible. Thank you all!
My son admitted to ER. Nursing staff and doctor were excellent. Waiting time was long, but besides everything was excellent.
I went into the ER because I was passing a kidney stone and everybody I communicated with was great. Once I got a room they informed me that they were changing shifts but made sure I was taken care of right away. Nurse Jess was awesome and answered all my questions and was so friendly. I don't remember the 3 other people who came to talk to me but they were great as well!
Our daughter was delivered at St. Mary's early 2017. The doctors, nurses, and front desk staff were great. They were helpful when we had questions and were willing to go above and beyond to make sure our stay was comfortable. Another strength for St. Mary's is not having to pay for parking or spend 15 minutes looking for a parking spot.
I was rushed into ER late Friday night with a fever. The staff quickly determined it was from a kidney stone procedure I had earlier in the week (at a different facility). It was decided at 4am that I needed surgery. The on-call doctor was tremendous. He sat down with me while the staff got me prepared for surgery and talked to me and made me feel at ease. I spent the weekend there and was constantly checked on and updated by Doctors and Nurses and PCA's. I have no complaints except the food was great but I was blessed to have it. I wish all these negative people would consider what that staff goes through every day and while not perfect, they do their best. Yes, there are some staff better than others but I choose to see the joy rather than search for the negatives. Life is too short people. I wouldn't want their jobs at all. God works through all of them and they should be treated with respect. Thank you to St. Mary's Hospital. I would recommend it to anyone. BTW the on-call doctor is my new Urologist. Dr Weigler was amazing.
My wife was in the E.R. and was seen quickly. The doctor asked a lot of questions and as of today are focusing on a couple of things. The only problem I had was when we first checked in with our insurance info. The Woman was very short with us and would not answer any of my wife's questions. We then sat down and waited to be called to be seen by triage. As soon as we sat down I could hear the woman making an appointment for a pedicure. It was close to the hour and I guess the shop was going to close soon so she had to get rid of us quick so she could make her appointment.