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Doctor Builds Charlotte Ponce A New Ear, Pierces It

Charlotte's ear is healing well. Charlotte returned to Beaumont Children's Hospital in August for a skin graft procedure. During the surgery, Dr. Chaiyasate pierced Charlotte's new ear. It was a wonderful surprise.

For the first time in her life, she can now wear a pair of earrings.

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Beaumont Medical Center, Rochester Hills offers new services

Beaumont Medical Center, Rochester Hills offers new services The Beaumont Medical Center in Rochester Hills is offering two new imaging services - digital mammography and ultrasound. "This recent expansion of services at the Beaumont Medical Center in Rochester Hills demonstrates our commitment to bringing the latest technology closer

Low vision service now offered at Troy and Royal Oak hospitals

Beaumont, Troy's Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, in conjunction with the Department of Ophthalmology and Occupational Therapy, is now offering the same Low Vision service that has been available for many years at the Royal Oak hospital. Low vision - or vision impairment - is vision loss that cannot be corrected with traditional eyeglasses,

Beaumont physicians have new option in treating strokes

Dick Suminski of Rochester Hills credits his Beaumont cardiologist, along with a fast-acting medical team of stroke specialists' with saving his life. He also concedes he was in the right place at the right time. Suminski had his stroke as he was getting ready to leave Beaumont, Royal Oak where he had been hospitalized to stabilize internal

Beaumont research: CT heart scans accurate, faster, less costly for chest pain diagnosis

Beaumont Hospital cardiologists and emergency physicians have demonstrated that coronary CT angiography is accurate, definitive, much faster and less costly than the standard diagnostic testing for emergency room chest pain patients. This revolutionary research, published in the Feb. 27 Journal of the American College of Cardiology, is the

Beaumont research published in AJC: Survival of the 'aerobically fittest'

Research done at Beaumont Hospitals and published in today's American Journal of Cardiology reports the significance of aerobic fitness for heart attack patients. The research team concluded, following a heart attack, aerobic fitness may be more important than heart muscle function when it comes to improving a patient's long-term survival.