Beaumont, Royal Oak verified as Level II Pediatric Trauma Center; reverified as Level I Adult Trauma Center

The Trauma Center at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak has proven its ability to provide the entire spectrum of high-level surgical care for injured adults and children. The American College of Surgeons recently reverified Beaumont’s Royal Oak hospital as a Level I trauma center and recognized the hospital’s dedication to optimal care for children

Beaumont Health System offers free ‘Healthy Michigan’ sign-up assistance

Beaumont Health System has financial counselors available at all three hospitals to assist people with signing up for “Healthy Michigan,” a Medicaid program launched by the Michigan Department of Community Health. Sign-ups began on April 1, 2014. During the first week, Beaumont financial counselors assisted more than 160 people in Royal Oak, Troy

Beaumont hosts free skin cancer screening on Melanoma Monday

Beaumont dermatologists to provide free skin cancer screenings for adults May 5 Beaumont dermatologists will host a free skin cancer screening on Monday, May 5 from 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. in Berkley at 1949 West 12 Mile Road, suite 100. Screenings are scheduled by appointment. Adults 18 years and older can register at

Ronald McDonald House Charities awards grant to Detroit2 Nepal Foundation and Beaumont Children’s Hospital Pediatric Rehabilitation Bike Program

The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southeastern Michigan and national Ronald McDonald House Charities have awarded grants totaling $15,300 to support the Detroit2Nepal Foundation and Beaumont Children’s Hospital’s Pediatric Rehabilitation Bike Program. The D2N Foundation was created by Beaumont Health System surgical oncologist Richard Keidan,

Beaumont seeks participants for a research study of a cartilage tissue implant for knee injuries

Beaumont Health System is participating in a research study evaluating an investigational treatment called NeoCart®, a tissue implant made from a patient’s own cells, aimed at repairing certain knee cartilage injuries. A total of 245 patients will participate in the research of the surgical implant procedure in up to 40 sites across the United