World-Leading Heart Innovation Close to Home

More patients in Southeast Michigan prefer Beaumont for heart care than any other health care system. Available at numerous locations throughout the region, Beaumont’s heart and vascular services are internationally recognized in the diagnosis and treatment of heart and vascular diseases.

Our innovative multidisciplinary teams evaluate a patient’s condition and provide the best medical or surgical treatment and rehabilitation options. Our dedicated physicians have developed procedures and treatments that have become the standard of cardiac care worldwide.  

  • U.S. News and World Report has ranked Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, as one of the nation’s top cardiac and heart surgery programs for 22 consecutive years; that excellence extends across our network, ensuring you receive the best care
  • heart and vascular teams provide patients the most advanced treatment options, including minimally invasive or catheter procedures to treat complex conditions such as heart valve disease, congenital heart disease, aortic aneurysm and heart rhythm disorders
  • our collaborative heart team approach with experienced cardiologists, cardiac and vascular surgeons, and specialty clinicians helps us work with patients and families to develop the best possible treatment plan, including patients at high risk and with complex conditions
 

SCREENING PROGRAMS FOR EARLY DETECTION AND TREATMENT

7 tests for $70

Our unique programs include 7 for $70 — $70 for 7 tests to determine your risk for heart disease and stroke. We also screen student-athletes.

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Cardiovascular Performance Clinic

The Cardiovascular Performance Clinic offers counseling and physiologic screening to amateur and professional athletes, recreational endurance exercisers and highly active individuals.

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Student Heart Check

To help detect young people (ages 13 - 18) who are at risk for sudden cardiac arrest, we offer free student heart checks.

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Health, Wellness & News

Keith Tatum push-ups

Health News

Stroke a ‘wake-up call’ for Marine veteran

Keith first sensed something was wrong waking up early one Saturday morning with weakness in his left hand.

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Lisa Rotter walks around her hometown of Franklin, Michigan.

Health News

Cause of mysterious near-fainting episodes finally solved

The fear of near-fainting episodes made Lisa feel trapped and unable to do things she loved.

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Dr. Franklin with Mercedes

Health News

Local athlete’s fitness tracker alerts her of potential heart problem

Long-distance runner Mercedes Zepp is adamant about training heart smart and with her eyes wide open.

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