When patients and their loved ones walk through the doors of Garden City Hospital, they’re greeted by the feeling they’ve entered a place where family, community and health care converge. A trip to Garden City Hospital feels more like a visit to a friend, or a stop at a favorite and familiar spot in your neighborhood. Our goal is that your experience with us is reassuring and simple.
And that simple, reassuring experience begins even before you arrive at the hospital. Our neighborhood location – not at a busy intersection or a downtown – makes getting here a breeze. Garden City Hospital is uniquely situated on Inkster Road, just north of Ford Road and just west of Telegraph, accessible from I-96 and I-275.
The hospital still provides free, surface-level parking just steps from the main entrance. No stairs, no parking structures and no parking fees alleviate the stress and uncertainty many people feel when visiting a hospital.
Once inside the doors, you’ll encounter a staff that not only cares about your health, but cares about one another. Many employees are family members. ‘Great Health. Generation to Generation’ means not only that staff are here to care for all of your family’s generations, but that many generations of families come together to provide that care for you. It is not unusual to find close family members – parents and children, spouses, and siblings – as well as extended family – aunts and uncles, nieces and nephews, cousins and even grandparents and grandchildren – at work.
Garden City Hospital is proud to be a part of the community, and proud of the community the hospital itself has become. Whether you were born here, your entire family receives care here, or if it’s your first time coming to the hospital, the staff will strive to make your experience welcoming and comfortable.