During these extraordinary times, Beaumont wanted to show its appreciation for everything our team is doing. Through our #HealthCareHeroes campaign, we want to make it easy for our communities to share and demonstrate their gratitude for our health care workers.


THANK A NURSE

example-of-nurses-week-thank-you


Help us recognize our nurses during National Nurses Week.



SEND AN EGREETING

example-of-thank-you


Your message will be displayed online for team members to view.



MESSAGES OF SUPPORT

examples-of-thank-you-egreetings


See the hundreds of thank you messages that continue to pour in.



MAKE A GIFT/DONATION

COVID-19-Donations


We're accepting donations to help support efforts during the pandemic.

 



SUPER BEAU THE BEAR

Examples-of-Super-Beau-the-Bear-Coloring-Page

 

Color and display in a window to show support in your neighborhood.




BLUE RIBBONS

blue-ribbons-example


Tie a blue ribbon around a tree to show support for health care workers and first responders.



Home Beams for Health Care Teams

example-of-home-beams-family
example-of-home-beams-police
example-of-home-beams

Every evening at 8 p.m., beginning March 31, families are encouraged to step outside their front door and shine a flashlight toward their nearest hospital to show support for health care heroes across Southeast Michigan. Families are also encouraged to swap out their porch light with a blue lightbulb as a sign of support for health care heroes and first responders.


“This pandemic can feel isolating and dark. That’s why we want to brighten the spirits of our health care heroes and also provide community members with opportunities to show support for our incredible health care workers,” Beaumont Health Chief Nursing Officer Susan Grant said. “In addition to continuing to protect our staff and address their needs, we hope these kinds of activities will help reassure our team we’re all in this together.”


“Home Beams for Health Care Teams” is inspired by Beaumont’s popular annual holiday tradition, “Moonbeams for Sweet Dreams,” which invites families to gather outside Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak and shine flashlights to show support for pediatric patients spending the holidays in hospital.


Heroes signs


Heroes signs


Heroes signs


At Beaumont’s acute care campuses, you’ll see lawn signs to thank your team members; in the community you may see billboards with a message of thanks.


Suggestions or Questions?

Have an idea for recognizing or thanking our health care workers? Email socialmedia@beaumont.org.