Several Michigan hospitals, including some in Metro Detroit, are seeing more and more beds filled as COVID-19 continues to surge in the state.
Here’s a look at some bed occupancy percentages at hospitals in Southeast Michigan as of Nov. 30: (The percentage of staffed inpatient beds occupied by any patient regardless of COVID-19 status. This includes surge or overflow beds.)
- Ascension Macomb Oakland Madison Heights: 65%
- Ascension Macomb Oakland Warren: 94%
- Ascension Providence Hospital: 80%
- Ascension Providence Hospital Southfield: 87%
- Ascension Providence Rochester: 77%
- Beaumont Farmington Hills: 83%
- Beaumont Hospital - Royal Oak: 70%
- Beaumont Hospital - Troy: 77%
- Beaumont Hospital Dearborn: 74%
- Beaumont Hospital Grosse Pointe: 63%
- Beaumont Hospital Taylor: 77%
- Beaumont Hospital Trenton: 79%
- Beaumont Hospital Wayne: 88%
- Detroit Receiving Hosp & Univ Health Ctr: 99%
- Garden City Hospital: 83%
- Harper Univ/Hutzel Women’s Hospitals: 89%
- Henry Ford Allegiance Health: 65%
- Henry Ford Hospital: 76%
- Henry Ford Macomb Hospital: 96%
- Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital: 80%
- Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital: 71%
- McLaren Port Huron Hospital: 99%
- McLaren Thumb Region: 33%
- McLaren-Oakland Hospital: 81%
- St. Joseph Mercy Livingston Hospital: 53%
- St. Joseph Mercy Oakland: 71%
- St. Mary Mercy Hospital: 83%
- U-M Hospital: 78%
- Statewide: 74%
Michigan hospital capacity during COVID-19
Michigan offers data on hospital capacity and bed occupancy for hospitals around Michigan during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 Patients – Confirmed positive patients, as well as patients who are suspected of having COVID-19. This includes COVID-19 patients in the ICU.
COVID-19 Patients in ICU - Confirmed positive patients and suspected patients in intensive care unit (ICU).
Bed Occupancy - The percentage of staffed inpatient beds occupied by any patient regardless of COVID-19 status. This includes surge or overflow beds.