Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak's Department of Vascular Surgery was founded at the inception of modern vascular surgery in the mid-80’s. Since then, it has earned an international reputation for excellence in patient care, surgical results and clinical research.
We offer an extensive experience in both operative and endovascular surgery. In addition, we provide significant experience to our fellows in the treatment of disease of the thoracic aorta. At present time, we have two state of the art hybrid operating rooms. The department serves as a major referral center for complex cases throughout the state of Michigan and the surrounding states of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Canada. The large clinical volume promotes an atmosphere of innovation and dedication to patient care. In addition, it allows for the maintenance of multiple training opportunities and provides the basis for providing cutting-edge operative, clinical and vascular laboratory experience.
Beaumont’s Department of Vascular Surgery and Office of Graduate Medical Education work diligently to ensure that residents and fellows are compliant with specific work-hour restrictions applicable to their level of training. Our goal is for zero-tolerance of work-hour violations.
Graduate medical education
The Graduate Medical Education (GME) Department is committed to ensuring that Beaumont Health training programs meet and exceed national and institutional standards. In addition to providing support to the GME Committee, the staff of the GME Department is responsible for providing quality services to all applicants, trainees and program directors.