Beaumont Hospital, Farmington Hills: Building for the Future
A $10 million capital campaign is currently underway for the expansion and renovation of Beaumont Hospital, Farmington Hills.
In October 2016, a groundbreaking ceremony was held at Beaumont, Farmington Hills to celebrate the start of a $160 million expansion and renovation project. As the number of patients and families who turn to Beaumont, Farmington Hills continues to grow, the expansion and renovation will create a safer, more healing environment designed to meet the needs of the surrounding communities.
New construction at the hospital will total more than 193,000 square-feet and renovations will be made to more than 61,500 square-feet of existing space. Completed in 2016 were several underground utility improvements and a 470-space parking deck adjacent to the hospital. A modernized central energy plant to support the building additions will be complete in 2018.
Construction of the new East Pavilion and South Tower is expected to run through 2018. Once completed, older areas of the hospital will be renovated.
Expansion and Renovation of the East Pavilion:
- expanded emergency and level II trauma center with 58 treatment and evaluation bays, including three trauma rooms, increasing capacity by nearly 40 percent
- expanded surgical services department with nine operating rooms, 27 private patient rooms and a large, comfortable family waiting area
- new 20-bed critical care unit
- relocation of the hospital’s helipad
New Five-story Tower:
- 80 new private rooms
- a new lobby and reception area to welcome patients, families and visitors
- a 29-bay observation unit
- dedicated unit for orthopedic, oncology and respiratory care patients
Sixty-five patient rooms in the existing hospital will also be renovated into private rooms as part of the project. In addition, 45 semi-private rooms will be updated. When construction is complete, the hospital will have 165 private rooms and 165 semi-private rooms, for a total 330 beds, which is the same number of beds that existed prior to construction.