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Charlotte Ponce New Ear Surgery Complete

Kongkrit Chaiyasate, M.D., pediatric plastic surgeon, Beaumont Children’s Hospital, has attached a new ear he created for 12-year-old Charlotte Ponce of Spring Lake, Mich.

On April 15, 2014, Dr. Chaiyasate removed pieces of Charlotte’s ribs to create a new ear. He placed the molded pieces of the ribs under Charlotte’s forearm to allow skin to grow around the new ear. On July 10, 2014, Dr. Chaiyasate removed the ear from the child’s arm and attached it to her head.

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Beaumont Hospital, Troy receives Magnet redesignation

For the second time, Beaumont Hospital, Troy has received Magnet status — the highest acknowledgment for nursing excellence through the Magnet Recognition Program of the American Nurses Credentialing Center, a subsidiary of the American Nurses Association.

Charlotte Ponce New Ear Surgery Complete

Kongkrit Chaiyasate, M.D., pediatric plastic surgeon, Beaumont Children’s Hospital, has attached a new ear he created for 12-year-old Charlotte Ponce of Spring Lake, Mich.

Beaumont, Royal Oak ranked No. 1 in Michigan and Metro Detroit by U.S. News & World Report’s ‘Best Hospitals’

Beaumont, Royal Oak nationally ranked in 10 specialties, Beaumont, Troy in 3 U.S. News & World Report has named Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak the No. 1 hospital in Michigan and Metro Detroit. The No. 1 Michigan and Metro Detroit rankings are based on the 10 national rankings earned by Beaumont, Royal Oak this year. It’s the 20th consecutive

‘E-Clutter for Kids’ recycling event expands, accepts more than just electronics

Beaumont Children’s Hospital, through its Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals affiliation, is teaming up with Statewide Recycling and Recovery, Disabled American Veterans and other community supporters to raise money by recycling metal, electronics, household items, clothes, shoes and toys.

Fireworks 101: A Safety Refresher

Some say it wouldn't be the Fourth of July without fireworks - a tradition that injures more than 10,000 Americans each year, of which almost half are children. Fireworks may be beautiful, but they're best seen and heard from a distance, according to Beaumont doctors.