You have the right to make your medical treatment choices using the Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care and/or Patient Attorney for Health Care and/or Patient Advocate form. St. Mary Mercy Hospital makes this information available to you upon admission or upon request. Speakers are available to come to your location. For information, please call 734-655-2984.
Basic Life Support - Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (BLS-CPR)
Several American Heart Association courses are offered. Call 734-655-8940 for dates and times.
- BLS Heartsaver: learn how to give CPR to an adult, child or infant victim and how to use the AED; includes technique to help the choking victim; course completion card upon successful completion of course.
- BLS Healthcare Provider: available online
- BLS Healthcare Provider Skills Check: by appointment upon completion of online course; completion certificate required
Children's Speech Program (C.L.A.S.S)
A program for children with a diagnosis of speech language impairment and a current Individualized Education Plan (IEP). This program is designed to supplement services provided in the school system. Children's Language and Speech Services (C.L.A.S.S.) is offered four times a year based on the school calendar year. Call 734-655-2955.
Certified Diabetes Educators offer diabetes education for adults 18 years of age and older. Services include:
- Diabetes self-management Education (group or 1:1)
- Your Game Plan to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes
- Diabetes Support Group, monthly
- Gestational Diabetes
St. Mary Mercy Hospital Outpatient Diabetes program is recognized by the American Diabetes Association and the Michigan Department of Community Health. For more information please click here.
St. Mary Mercy Hospital in Livonia offers a program for community leaders that provides a unique, in-depth experience of healthcare today, called Healthcare Partnership. This program enables participants to spend a day with physicians in various settings and service areas, including, but not limited to, surgery, oncology, radiology, orthopedics, emergency medicine, and physician practices.
If you are interested in attending, or want to learn more about the St. Mary Mercy Hospital Healthcare Partnership Program, please contact Tracy Petipren, Marketing and Public Relations, at 734-655-1595, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Intensive Outpatient Substance Abuse Program
This new program provides a continuum of care to the alcohol or chemically-dependent patient. The program is designed for those who do not require hospitalization but still have a need for extensive outpatient counseling. The group format addresses relapse prevention and early recovery issues. Most insurances accepted. For more information, call 734-655-2936.
Newborn Hearing Screening Program
Retired medical professionals are needed for this new program in the Miracle of Life Birthing Center. The hospital is seeking volunteers for a hearing screening program for newborns. The Universal Newborn Hearing Screening Program will provide hearing screening for all babies born at St. Mary Mercy Hospital for the early detection of possible hearing impairment. For more information, call 734-655-1071.
Senior Health Connection
Want a healthier lifestyle? Join other adults age 55 and over for special programs, lectures and discounts through St. Mary Mercy Hospital's Senior Health Connection. Senior Health Connection benefits include:
- Healthy Living Information Series "Let's Talk"
- AARP Mature Driving Program
- Health Screenings
All area seniors over 55 are eligible for this free program. Please call Community Outreach, 734-655-8940 for more information on upcoming events.
We'll come to you with professional presentations on a wide range of health related issues. Talks can be designed to meet the needs of your organization, business or group. To request a speaker, call 734-655-1590.
Provide a needed service by volunteering at St. Mary Mercy Hospital. Our volunteers donate thousands of hours every year taking care of the details that make being in the hospital easier for patients and their families. Call 734-655-2912.