You can also call the appointment center to schedule, change or cancel an appointment or ask questions.
Gloria Powers, Kierra Andrews, Terri McGee and husband at the 2014 Walk to Stop Diabetes.
At Beaumont Health System, our goal is a healthy community. For more than 55 years, Beaumont has served the people of metro Detroit and beyond. We have a deep commitment to provide the highest quality health care services to all of our patients safely, effectively and compassionately, regardless of where they live or their financial circumstances.
For more information, please call 248-551-5411.
Free Car Seat Safety Checks
Have your car seats inspected by a Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician.
Mike Savoie Chevrolet, Troy
To make an appointment, call 248-898-7233
Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak Farmers Market
Thursdays, now through October 2, 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. (no market on July 3)Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak South Entrance Canopy
For more information call 248-898-3031.
Women, Wisdom and Wellness
Wednesday, Oct. 8, 6 - 9 p.m.Costick Center, 28600 West 11 Mile Road, Farmington Hills
Beaumont Health System is hosting a free health awareness event to educate women on breast health, nutrition and wellness.
Registration is recommended by calling 800-633-7377 or visiting classes.beaumont.edu.
Take control of your atrial fibrillation
Wednesday, Oct. 15 6:30 – 8 p.m. Beaumont Hospital, Troy, 44201 Dequindre Road, Troy Classrooms 1-4 (ground floor)
Join Beaumont cardiologists Ilana Kutinsky, D.O. and Phillip Robinson, M.D. for Atrial Fibrillation: Your Options for a Better Life, a free community discussion about managing your a-fib. To register, visit classes.beaumont.edu or call 800-633-7377.
Beaumont conducted a community health needs assessment survey to identify the health needs of the region. Learn more and take a look at the community assessment and implementation plan to see how Beaumont is addressing the needs of the community.
Count Your Steps is a pedometer walking program for Oakland County 3rd- and 4th-graders designed to get kids active and eating healthy fruits and vegetables. Since its inception, 188,000 elementary students have participated; walking more than 17 billion steps or 341 times around the Earth!