We have created a safe and secure environment where great care is taken to prevent the spread of infection. Don’t delay your medical needs or ignore symptoms that you would typically visit an emergency center or call your doctor about.
Beaumont Health is committed to being a leader in patient and family-centered care and more families visit the Stuart H. Blanck Emergency Center at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak than any other emergency center in Michigan.
This incredible demand for Beaumont emergency care provided an opportunity to invest in a facility that would allow our team to advance support for patients and families even further. The project to renovate and expand the Emergency Center concluded in February 2019.
Improvements will make the new Emergency Center experience more private, more comfortable and more efficient, while maintaining extraordinary high-quality care.
Beaumont’s 9 emergency centers are open, clean, safe and ready to serve patients who need care for illnesses or injuries unrelated to COVID-19. Delaying care in an emergency can be dangerous for you and your family. That’s why we’re taking extra steps to protect your health and safety, so you can feel confident coming to any Beaumont Emergency Center.
While you’ll still be receiving the same exceptional and prompt care at our ECs, there are a few changes you should be aware of:
We explored best practices from other leading health care providers across the country and partnered with patients and families to identify ways to create an emergency center that best meets your needs.
Opened in 2018, the new Pediatric Emergency Center at Beaumont, Royal Oak is designed to be more comfortable, more child-friendly and more efficient – to get your child home and feeling better as soon as possible.
Fellowship-trained Beaumont Children’s pediatric emergency physicians provide outstanding care in a space solely for children that is just an elevator-ride away from the Beaumont Children’s inpatient unit.
The Pediatric Emergency Center includes: large private rooms, all-new equipment and furniture, child life specialists to help children cope with the hospital experience and an animal theme featuring familiar faces from the Detroit Zoo.
With the goal of enhancing care, reducing geriatric admissions and lowering costs, the Beaumont, Royal Oak, Emergency Department has prioritized and achieved Level 2 Geriatric Emergency Department Accreditation from the American College of Emergency Physicians. It is one of just a handful of emergency centers in the state and 40 in the country to achieve this accreditation.
Much of the work done to earn this accreditation was supported by the Marvin and Betty Danto Family Comprehensive Geriatric Emergency Medicine Program, created by a major philanthropic gift from the Marvin and Betty Danto Family Foundation.