Beaumont Health System
Beaumont opened on Jan. 24, 1955, as a 238-bed community
hospital in Royal Oak, Mich. Today, that hospital is a 1,061-bed major academic and referral center with Level I trauma status. It was Michigan’s first Magnet-designated hospital for nursing excellence and it is an associate member of the National Association of Children’s Hospitals and Related Institutions. A second Beaumont hospital opened in Troy in 1977 as a 200-bed acute care community teaching hospital. It is now among the nation’s highest-volume community hospitals with 394 beds. In 2009, Troy received Magnet status for nursing excellence. In October 2007, Beaumont became a regional health provider when it acquired a third community hospital with 289 beds in Grosse Pointe. Ninety-one medical and surgical specialties are represented on the Beaumont medical staffs of more than 3,700 physicians. The Joint Commission has accredited Beaumont. A major teaching facility, Beaumont has 37 accredited residency and fellowship programs with more than 400 residents and fellows and is partnering with Oakland University to establish a medical school, scheduled to open in 2011. For undergraduate training, Beaumont is affiliated with the University of Michigan and Wayne State University schools of medicine. Beaumont also has nursing affiliations with many area schools, including a top-ranked certified registered nurse anesthetist school. Facilities • Numerous community-based medical centers in Macomb, Oakland and Wayne counties, housing two Family Medicine Centers, physician offices, ambulatory surgical centers, diagnostic radiology, laboratory and rehabilitation services • Extended care centers in Bloomfield Hills, Shelby Township, St. Clair Shores, Southfield and West Bloomfield and an assisted-living facility in St. Clair Shores; in-home care services include nursing, infusion, medical equipment and hospice • The Beaumont Health Center in Royal Oak, with outpatient rehabilitation services, an interventional pain center, an anticoagulation medicine service, a hyperbaric medicine program and the Beaumont Weight Control Center  
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