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Beaumont Health System opens Neuroscience Center in Royal Oak

Beaumont has opened a new $22 million Neuroscience Center offering a consolidated and comprehensive approach to neuroscience care for children and adults in one convenient location.

Beaumont’s Neuroscience Center offers 11 hospital-based clinics specializing in a variety of neurological conditions. It also includes private physician offices.

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Electronic Medical Records: safe, secure sharing improves patient safety

Seeking care in a hospital that doesn’t know you or your medical history can result in patient safety concerns and also anxiety for patients, especially for those with serious medical conditions. Bernice Sessa, M.D., Beaumont, Troy emergency physician, inputs patient medical information using myBeaumontChart. Beaumont Health System now

Stalking a superbug: Beaumont program keeps antibiotic-resistant CRE at bay

There’s a relatively unknown, hidden or “stealth” bug that’s making big problems for some hospitals. It’s called Carapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae. CRE is listed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as one of the top three bug threats. It has a 50 percent mortality rate. Dr. Band “We call it a triple threat bug because

Cancer survivor repays gratitude with giant gift to Beaumont

Giant, inflatable colon raises colorectal cancer awareness What’s gray, pink and red, 32 feet long, 20 feet wide and 12 feet high? Answer: A giant, inflatable model of the human colon. The display travels to Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak and Beaumont, Troy in March during National Colorectal Awareness Month. “It definitely grabs your attention,”

Beaumont’s inflatable colon display highlights Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

What’s 12 feet high, 20 feet wide and 32 feet long? Display travels to Royal Oak and Troy Because March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, Beaumont Health System is stepping up its community awareness efforts. To kick off the month, area residents and community groups are invited to see a large, inflatable human colon on

Quality of life improves with minimally invasive surgery for low back pain

Beaumont research: minimally invasive back surgery outcomes show favorable results Beaumont research findings published in the February online issue of Spine shows that patients who have a low back surgery called minimally invasive transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion, end up better off in many ways than patients who have more invasive