Nicotine-free Work Environment
As a major health care provider in southeastern Michigan, Beaumont recognizes its responsibility to educate the public regarding health issues and the behavior changes necessary to achieve health, as well as serve as a role model in promoting healthy behaviors for residents of the community that it serves.
In keeping with this obligation to the community, effective January 1, 2013, we will test all job applicants for nicotine and will not hire those who test positive for nicotine from tobacco use. Those who test positive for nicotine from tobacco use may reapply for employment after six months.
To ensure that our patients, employees and their families are safe during influenza season, all employees must receive the influenza vaccine upon hire and annually thereafter. Any request for accommodation or exemption from the vaccine (for medical or religious reasons) must be submitted in writing upon hire. The request will be reviewed and may require additional documentation.
Nursing – The possibilities are endless!
At Beaumont, the nursing opportunities are unlimited. From the flexibility of our nursing pool to the variety of full- and part-time opportunities on our medical, surgical, cardiology and maternal child health units, Beaumont has a broad range of opportunities.
And because of that commitment, Beaumont, again and again, is recognized for "Best Overall Care," "Most Personalized Care," "Best Nurses," and "Best Doctors" by the National Research Corporation; "Cool Places to Work" by Crain's Detroit Business; "Best Employer for Workers over 50" by the American Association of Retired Persons; and one of Detroit's “101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For.” Beaumont, Royal Oak and Troy are also both Magnet™ designated hospitals.
Schools of Allied Health
Beaumont Schools of Allied Health is committed to creating a collaborative environment for the mutual support of Beaumont sponsored Allied Health programs: