Beaumont Emergency Centers open for care at 7 hospitals and Canton
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4/16/2020 12:51:17 PM
Except for Beaumont, Wayne Beaumont's emergency centers remain open 24/7 to care for non-COVID-19-related medical emergencies and trauma including heart attacks, stroke, seizures and injuries.

Beaumont Emergency Centers open for care at 7 hospitals and Canton

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Beaumont Emergency Centers open for care at 7 hospitals and Canton

Thursday, April 16, 2020

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During the pandemic, seven Beaumont hospital Emergency Centers and its freestanding Emergency Center in Canton remain open 24/7 to care for non-COVID-19-related medical emergencies and trauma including heart attacks, stroke, seizures and injuries.

“We’ve taken extra precautions to ensure our Emergency Centers are disinfected, clean and staffed to assist patients with non-COVID-19 medical emergencies,” said Dr. James Ziadeh, chief, Emergency Medicine, Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak. “Those experiencing chest pains, stroke symptoms or any other medical emergency should not hesitate to call 911, or visit one of our Emergency Centers. We are concerned some patients might be experiencing medical emergencies and may be reluctant to seek care, which could potentially put their lives in danger.”

Except for Beaumont Hospital, Wayne, the following Emergency Centers are open:

  • Beaumont Hospital, Dearborn
  • Beaumont Hospital, Farmington Hills
  • Beaumont Hospital, Grosse Pointe
  • Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak
  • Beaumont Hospital, Taylor
  • Beaumont Hospital, Trenton
  • Beaumont Hospital, Troy

In addition to the seven hospital Emergency Centers, the Beaumont Emergency Center in Canton, 7300 N. Canton Center Road, is also providing emergency care.

Below are general guidelines for visiting an emergency center. Call 911 or go to an Emergency Center immediately when experiencing any of the following:

  • wheezing, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • chest pain
  • displaced or open wound fractures
  • fainting or dizziness
  • sudden numbness or weakness
  • bleeding that cannot be stopped
  • abdominal pain – especially intense localized pain
  • fever with convulsions or any fever in children under 3 months of age
  • confusion or changes in mental status
  • coughing or vomiting blood
  • severe headache or head injury, especially if the individual is on aspirin or blood thinners
  • blood in the urine or bloody diarrhea
  • sudden inability to speak, see, walk or move

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