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From the first swaddle to life-saving treatment, Beaumont Children’s cares for those who matter to you most. Children and families across Southeast Michigan rely on our extensive network, advanced care and range of services.


We offer:

  • Trusted and comprehensive care: Part of Beaumont Health, Beaumont Children’s sees 200,000 children and teens each year. Specially trained, in-house pediatricians oversee care in our 40-bed inpatient unit at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak. We also offer hospital care in Dearborn and Troy, as well as outpatient care across Southeast Michigan.
  • More children’s specialists in more places: The Beaumont Children’s network includes 400 pediatricians and 100 specialists, representing nearly every medical and surgical pediatric sub-specialty. Children and teens benefit from specialized care that is always accessible.
  • Critical care for fragile newborns: We deliver 17,000 babies each year. High-risk, premature and critically ill newborns are cared for at neonatal intensive care units in Royal Oak, Troy and Dearborn. The NICUs are staffed by board-certified neonatologists 24 hours a day, giving your baby the best, most specialized care possible.
  • Parenting Program: Beaumont Children’s award-winning Parenting Program provides support and education to new parents through experienced parent volunteers.
  • Commitment to our community’s children: Beaumont Children’s is the only Southeast Michigan affiliate of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, a national non-profit dedicated to saving and improving children’s lives. All money we raise stays local. Many donations support treatment for local families who could not otherwise afford care.
  • Top emergency care: We see more than 100,000 pediatric visits every year for emergency and after-hours care. This depth of experience means Beaumont Children’s doctors are ready when your family needs us most.
  • Specialized pediatric emergency units: In Royal Oak and Troy, we offer specialized pediatric emergency care 24-7. We designed these spaces for the comfort and safety of your child and staffed them with professionals who have special training in pediatric emergency medicine. Young patients have access to a full range of surgeons and other Beaumont Children’s specialists.
  • Pediatric Intensive Care Unit: At Royal Oak’s PICU, young patients with serious injuries or illnesses receive treatment from doctors who are board certified in pediatric critical care medicine.

Specialized Services for Children's and Teens

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Beaumont Children’s offers many centers and programs to help families easily connect to the resources they need, in child-friendly environments. Our centers include:

Center for Children's Rehabilitation

The center is one of the largest and most comprehensive pediatric rehabilitation programs in Michigan. It connects children with 60 highly specialized physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists and social workers.

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Ian Jackson Craniofacial and Cleft Palate Clinic

The clinic provides care for children born with craniofacial conditions, such as cleft lip or palate. Medical specialists come together in one location to provide the best possible care for your child.

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Center for Exceptional Families

This center cares for children with chronic disorders, like Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, autism, and head and spinal cord trauma. Families can see medical professionals, rehabilitation specialists, a social worker and a psychologist, all in one place.

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Children's Miracle Network

Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals at Beaumont Children's help kids of every age and background to overcome disease, injury and illness.



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Teen Health Centers

These centers offer general medical services and health education programs for eating disorders, mental health, pregnancy prevention and other challenges that teens may face.

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Adolescent and Young Adult Program

The AYA program serves patients ages 15-26 whether in active treatment or post-therapy survivorship and is meant to provide answers.

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Ghesquiere Family Center for Children's Surgery

The center offers advanced technology, minimally invasive surgery and a highly trained pediatric team. From twinkling stars overhead to a cozy preoperative play area, everything about the bright, colorful space was designed to comfort children and families.

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Center for Human Development

This program diagnoses and treats children with learning, behavioral and developmental disorders. Families have access to expert team members, including board-certified developmental-behavioral pediatricians and specialists in psychology, psychiatry and education.

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Classes and events

LEARN CPR FOR BABIES AND CHILDREN

Our Family and Friends CPR class teaches basic life-saving skills to help infants and children. Participants also learn what to do to relieve choking. Certified instructors lead these classes, which are affiliated with the American Heart Association.

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TAKE A PARENTING CLASS

Beaumont offers parenting classes that are geared towards helping new parents understand their newborns while honing in on necessary parenting skills such as diaper changing, feedings and safety tips among other things.

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Health, Wellness & News

Health News

Beaumont social worker earns seat on statewide council for the disabled

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has appointed Sheryl Stumbaugh to serve on the Michigan Developmental Disabilities Council. She works as a clinical social worker at the Beaumont Children’s Center for Exceptional Families, supporting patients with cerebral palsy, like her, or with muscular dystrophy, autism and other intellectual disabilities or genetic syndromes.

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Beaumont’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit rallies around the tiny, preemie twins and reunites family after quarantine

Beaumont Hospital, Troy, NICU patients Maks and Mitchell Laubach were due May 25, 2020. But despite having self-isolated for a week, on March 19, Mom, Jennifer Laubach started experiencing COVID symptoms.

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High school football player’s lung collapses during first game of season. Here’s what he’s doing to get back in the game. ​

Although Grant can’t return to the football field this season, he will be able to resume other normal activity within four weeks.

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