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NBA Alumni Visit Beaumont for 2nd Annual Day of Caring

Traditionally known for their slam dunks, rebounds and passes, a group of former NBA players, including Jalen Rose (former Piston and Wolverine) and Dave Bing (former Piston and Detroit Mayor), were better known for their high fives, hugs and words of encouragement yesterday at Beaumont Children’s Hospital.

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Child’s breathing improves after treatment at Beaumont Children’s Hospital

Mia Payok is just like many other 7-year-olds, except sometimes she struggles to breathe. Mia has asthma. “It’s kind of scary,” Mia says. For the past few years, Mia’s mother, Nadja Payok, has worked with doctors to determine what’s behind the breathing problems. The CDC reports nearly 7 million children have asthma in the U.S. “It’s been

Leonard woman back to traveling after sinusitis procedure

Karen Blaszyk had been a patient of Beaumont ear, nose and throat specialist, Arthur Rosner, M.D., since 2009, but it wasn’t until recently that her sinus infections were occurring more frequently and affecting her quality of life.

Beaumont Health System offers natural childbirth workshop in Troy

Beaumont’s Natural Birth Workshop provides expecting moms the knowledge and skills needed to prepare for a natural childbirthing experience. The course teaches expecting mothers and their support person breathing, relaxation, massage and other complementary techniques to support a comfortable, calm birthing experience.

Beaumont, Botsford, Oakwood reach definitive agreement to create new, not-for-profit health organization

Beaumont Health System, Botsford Health Care and Oakwood Healthcare have reached a definitive agreement to combine their operations into a new $3.8 billion health care organization following unanimous approval by their boards today.

Beaumont research finds advanced CT scanners reduce patient radiation exposure

Computed tomography scans are an accepted standard of care for diagnosing heart and lung conditions. But clinicians worry that the growing use of CT scans could be placing patients at a higher lifetime risk of cancer from radiation exposure.