The adolescent medicine department of Beaumont Children's provides specialty care on a referral basis from pediatricians, family physicians or in response to parent requests. Specially trained physicians evaluate preteens to young adults up to age 20 to address the physical, emotional and social changes that occur during the adolescent years.
Patients are given the opportunity to meet with their provider alone for part of the visit and parent(s) are consulted to participate as partners to facilitate health-focused behaviors when appropriate. A strong family relationship provides a foundation for adolescents to build upon as they assume increasing responsibility for decisions.
The Hough Center for Adolescent Health features specialty care for adolescents facing a variety of concerns. Our eating disorder program addresses medical management related to known or suspected eating disorders including, but not limited to:
The clinicians at the Hough Center provide medical evaluation and ongoing treatment through a generous grant from the Hough family. Patients are also connected with dietitians who specialize in eating disorders and are referred to community therapists.
Learn more about our eating disorders program.
Hough Center forAdolescent Health
1777 Axtell Rd.,Suite 202Troy, Michigan 48084
The center is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Appointments can be made by calling 248-594-3142.
A referral may be needed for some insurances. Medical records may be needed from your primary physician for some concerns and can be faxed in advance to 248-594-3249.
Meet the Team
The following doctor participates in Beaumont's adolescent medicine program:
Majda Hannish, M.D.
Jaime Taylor, D.O.Program Director
Rosanna Maddox, MS, RN, CPNP