About Beaumont

Choosing a hospital is a major decision. Beaumont Health System is a regional and national leader in providing health care services, medical education and medical research. We are consistently recognized, both nationally and locally, for our contributions to improving health care through quality and safety initiatives, research, technological innovations and more. Ninety-one medical and surgical specialties are represented on the Beaumont medical staffs of more than 3,700 physicians.

Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak

Beaumont opened on Jan. 24, 1955, as a 238-bed community hospital in Royal Oak, Mich. Today, that hospital is a 1,070-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.

Beaumont Hospital, Troy

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 busiest community hospitals with 406 beds. In 2009, Troy received Magnet status.

Beaumont Hospital, Grosse Pointe

In October 2007, Beaumont became a regional health provider when it acquired a third community hospital with 250 beds in Grosse Pointe.


2 thoughts on “About Beaumont

  1. Richard Mendell says:

    Your ‘ MyChart’ has no provision for feedback/comments. Example: Yesterday I kept my appointment and all computers were down at that office. Today I received a ‘My Chart’ notification message that I “Missed Appointment” & I presume that’s now on my chart? Over 16 years I’ve never missed an appointment but conversely was there for one you confirmed with me but did not have [or the radioactive item] when we got there.

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