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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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Beaumont seeks approval for Royal Oak hospital expansion

Beaumont Hospitals has filed a certificate of need application for state Department of Community Health approval of a $204-million north expansion at its Royal Oak hospital. The project calls for 346,000 -square-feet of new construction that includes a replacement Emergency Center, a 36-bed intensive care unit, four operating rooms and a

Beaumont studying joint wear with hip simulator

Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak is one of the only health care facilities in the United States using a 12-station hip simulator to measure wear and tear on total joint replacement devices. "This new piece of equipment allows our researchers to test total hip joint replacement parts under conditions approximating those occurring in the human

Beaumont researchers study ICU patient admission process

Each year more than 5 million Americans are treated in hospital intensive care units. This care costs $180 billion each year- almost 38 percent of the nation's acute care spending. Since 2005 researchers at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak have been following patients who are considered, but not admitted to the medical intensive care unit or MICU.

Beaumont, Royal Oak named Blue Distinction Center for Complex and Rare Cancers

Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, has been named a Blue Distinction CenterSM for Complex and Rare Cancers as part of a national program by the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and its HMO affiliate, Blue Care Network. Only two Michigan hospitals earned this prestigious distinction for complex cancers. There

Beaumont doctors use CT scans to identify dangerous heart plaques

Beaumont Hospital cardiologists have just published a first-of-its-kind study showing that unstable coronary plaques, that cause most heart attacks, can be identified before a heart attack occurs using noninvasive computed tomographic angiography. Their research findings are published in the March 25 issue of the American College of Cardiology's