Beaumont Health is Michigan’s largest health care system (based on inpatient admissions and net patient revenue). The organization was formed in 2014 by an agreement that brought together Beaumont Health System, Oakwood Healthcare and Botsford Health Care to provide patients with compassionate, extraordinary care, no matter where they live in Southeast Michigan.
With eight hospitals, 168 health centers, nearly 5,000 physicians and 35,000 employees, Beaumont Health is the most preferred health care provider for residents throughout Southeast Michigan and beyond. Beaumont Health spans five Michigan counties (Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw and Monroe) and is a major source of health and wellness for 4 million people.
For more information on Beaumont Health, visit beaumont.org.
Patient and family-centered care
Patient and family-centered care (PFCC) is the model of care at Beaumont. Embedded in our culture, this is the way we approach patient care and all of our practices every day.
PFCC is an approach to planning, delivery, and evaluation of health care. It is built on mutually beneficial partnerships among patients, families and providers shaped by patient preference. Working with patients and families as partners in care rather than doing to and for them is foundational to PFCC. As valued members of the health care team, we support and embrace family members and partners in care at the bedside and in our ambulatory and post-acute settings.
We welcome and value patient and family input and participation as we continuously strive to improve the planning, delivery and evaluation of health care. We invite former patients, their families and community members to participate as trusted advisors to offer input and advice on various aspects of the patient experience and programs at Beaumont.
Awards and recognition
Four Beaumont hospitals were ranked in Metro Detroit’s top 10 according to the 2016 “America’s Best Hospitals” rankings by U.S. News & World Report. Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak earned national recognition by U.S. News & World Report in nine medical specialties, according to its “America’s Best Hospitals” rankings. This marks the 22nd consecutive year Beaumont, Royal Oak has been included in this national listing by U.S News.
Beaumont, Royal Oak was Michigan’s first Magnet-designated hospital for nursing excellence. Beaumont Hospital, Troy is also a Magnet-designated hospital. Beaumont also includes a high volume children’s hospital, a CCOP cancer center designation, and will soon open Michigan’s first Proton Therapy Center for the treatment of cancer.
Beaumont Health is a major academic/teaching enterprise with affiliations with multiple medical schools, including Wayne State University, Michigan State University and the Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine. In total, Beaumont Health includes approximately 870 residents and fellows (both allopathic and osteopathic) in 87 residency and fellowship programs.
To apply for a nursing position at Beaumont, please visit us at: https://www.beaumont.org/careers
Dena Essa, RN works in the operating room at Oakwood Hospital - Dearborn. She is to be the recipient of the Angel of Mercy award given by the National American Arab Nurses Association on October 2, 2014. L to R: Dena Essa, RN, precepts Lana Elia, RN during a procedure.[img src=https://diversitynursing.com/wp-content/flagallery/beaumont-health/thumbs/thumbs_doctor-2014-01-non-doctor.jpg]400Stefanie Swierlik, RT(R) prepares for a procedure to be performed by Sandra Narayanan, MD.
Stefanie Swierlik, RT(R) prepares for a procedure to be performed by Sandra Narayanan, MD.[img src=https://diversitynursing.com/wp-content/flagallery/beaumont-health/thumbs/thumbs_dsc_1635.jpg]320new mom Ashley Crockfield with son Carter and Kristie Stasinski, RN
new mom Ashley Crockfield with son Carter and Kristie Stasinski, RN[img src=https://diversitynursing.com/wp-content/flagallery/beaumont-health/thumbs/thumbs_moceri_skills_lab-8147.jpg]270
[img src=https://diversitynursing.com/wp-content/flagallery/beaumont-health/thumbs/thumbs_dsc_0299.jpg]360Julie Topacio RN with Staged PICU patient Milena Risdale and her father Mike Risdale
Julie Topacio RN with Staged PICU patient Milena Risdale and her father Mike Risdale[img src=https://diversitynursing.com/wp-content/flagallery/beaumont-health/thumbs/thumbs_bh_fh_20150828_413.jpg]250Employees, doctors and patients photographed at Beaumont Health - Farmington Hills on August 28, 2015.
Employees, doctors and patients photographed at Beaumont Health - Farmington Hills on August 28, 2015.[img src=https://diversitynursing.com/wp-content/flagallery/beaumont-health/thumbs/thumbs_bh_fh_20150828_435.jpg]240Employees, doctors and patients photographed at Beaumont Health - Farmington Hills on August 28, 2015.
Employees, doctors and patients photographed at Beaumont Health - Farmington Hills on August 28, 2015.[img src=https://diversitynursing.com/wp-content/flagallery/beaumont-health/thumbs/thumbs_moceri_simulation_lab-7831.jpg]220
[img src=https://diversitynursing.com/wp-content/flagallery/beaumont-health/thumbs/thumbs_doctor-2014-06-non-doctor.jpg]200Jessica Brown, RT(R) prepares for a procedure to be performed by Sandra Narayanan, MD.
Jessica Brown, RT(R) prepares for a procedure to be performed by Sandra Narayanan, MD.[img src=https://diversitynursing.com/wp-content/flagallery/beaumont-health/thumbs/thumbs_nurses-week-2014_213_oh-w.jpg]200Oakwood Healthcare, Inc nurses, photographed for Nurses Week 2014. Infusion Center, Oakwood Hospital - Wayne. Annabelle Clarin, RN, BSN, OCN and Robert Jackson, of Romulus.
Oakwood Healthcare, Inc nurses, photographed for Nurses Week 2014. Infusion Center, Oakwood Hospital - Wayne. Annabelle Clarin, RN, BSN, OCN and Robert Jackson, of Romulus.
Beaumont Health is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with a disability.