Our Team's Commitment to You

Emily La Framboise

Family-focused workshops go virtual thanks to Beaumont social worker’s dedication

Prior to COVID-19, medical social worker Emily La Framboise and her team held monthly in-person workshops for siblings of patients with a disability. The pandemic made the popular groups, called Sibshops, an uncertainty.

Emily's Story
Marcelli Contreras

Coordinating Patient Care Through Trust and Personal Attention

As a care coordinator for Beaumont’s Accountable Care Organization, Marcelli Contreras is dedicated to helping geriatric patients experiencing advanced illnesses. But to her patients, the work that Marcelli does makes her “an angel.”

Marcelli's Story
Chantia Bobo Harden

Beaumont PA brings positive vibes to coworkers and patients daily

Chantia Bobo Harden, a physician assistant at Beaumont Hospital, Troy, walks into the hospital every day with the upbeat and friendly attitude her coworkers and patients have come to expect.

Chantia's Story

Mustafa Deebajah

Beaumont Pathology Resident Uses Social Media to Combat Medical Misinformation

During the surge of COVID-19 cases in Michigan, Beaumont pathology resident Dr. Mustafa Deebajah saw one thing spreading faster than the virus - online misinformation.

Mustafa's Story

Lisa Muma

Going Gold for Pediatric Cancer a Passion and Calling

From personally tying gold ribbons on trees around campus to raise awareness for Childhood Cancer to partnering with a team to energize hundreds of people at Beaumont’s annual Moonbeams for Sweet Dreams event, it seems wherever Lisa Muma goes, joy and comfort follow.

Lisa's Story

Chris Wilson

Beaumont PT helps patients rebuild despite COVID-19 fears

As a physical therapist, Dr. Chris Wilson motivates his patients to move past their illness or injury and focus on rebuilding with the opportunities available. “I tell my patients we can’t change the past,” Chris said. “But what we can do is rebuild using the opportunities you have in front of you.”

Chris' Story

Tim Nicaise

Beaumont NP Keeps Patients & Families Communicating

As a palliative care nurse, Tim Nicaise knows how important it is to communicate with a patient’s loved ones when they are facing a life-threatening illness. When COVID-19 hit and visitor restrictions went into place, that communication became even more vital.

Tim's Story

Cathleen Solecki

Beaumont Nurse Adds Empathy and Compassion to Dementia Research

During her 43 years as a nurse, Cathleen Solecki has cared for patients in many ways. From bedside nursing to working in the ICU to her current role as stroke coordinator, she’s always looking for ways to better communicate with patients and their families.

Cathleen's Story