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Karmanos Center for Natural Birth opens at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak

There’s a new, safe, natural birthing alternative for expectant moms in Metro Detroit. On Nov. 3, the Karmanos Center for Natural Birth, a one-of-a-kind birthing center that combines the comforts of a high-end home with the safety net of a high-tech hospital, opened at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak.

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Beaumont’s Cancer Genetics Program hosting educational BRCA conference

For patients and families with hereditary breast and ovarian cancer syndrome due to BRCA mutations, the information gained from genetic testing provides many answers and opens up new topics for discussion. On Friday, Nov. 14, Beaumont Health System is hosting a day-long conference for patients and families seeking up-to-date information as well as peer support.

Beaumont, Royal Oak recipient of UHC’s Quality Leadership Award and Supply Chain Performance Excellence Award

University HealthSystem Consortium, an alliance of the nation’s leading nonprofit academic medical centers, has selected Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak as one of 12 winners of its 2014 UHC Quality Leadership Award. In addition, the hospital was also one of six medical centers to earn the UHC Supply Chain Performance Excellence Award.

Beaumont Cancer Institute recipient of ACCC’s Innovator Award

Researchers and caregivers from the Beaumont Cancer Institute presented their award-winning patient care program at the Association of Community Cancer Centers 31st National Oncology Conference, Oct. 8-10 in San Diego, California.

Beaumont researchers assess heart risks in marathon runners

Come Sunday, more than 20,000 people will participate in the Detroit Free Press Marathon. Given the popularity of the sport and the well-publicized deaths of athletes at running events, Beaumont researchers did a study to assess heart risks in marathon runners.

Beaumont, Royal Oak repeats as Consumer Choice Award winner for 19th time

Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak has been named the top choice of consumers by the National Research Corporation for the 19th consecutive year in a five-county area in Metro Detroit.