Heart & Vascular Expertise and Rankings

Specialized Care for your Heart 

When people look at the state’s heart and vascular programs, they prefer Beaumont Health.

Our specialists, hospitals and advanced care are now available in more southeast Michigan locations than ever before. We help you feel better and protect your heart by offering:

  • Recognized excellence near your home and work: U.S. News & World Report regularly places Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, among the nation’s top heart programs. That excellence extends across our network, ensuring you receive advanced care.
  • Innovation that saves and improves lives: As leader in research, we seek better ways to prevent, diagnose and treat heart disease. We developed tests and treatments used around the world, and continue to innovate on your behalf. Recent regional and national milestones at Beaumont include:
    • Minimally invasive approaches: Surgical or catheter-based treatments help you avoid open-heart surgery, while shortening hospital stays, speeding recovery and improving health.
    • Options for critically ill patients: Newer treatments provide possibilities and hope for more severe disease.
  • All the care you need: We treat all heart and vascular conditions, from the simple to the complex. Services range from classes and screenings to detailed evaluations and sophisticated treatments. Cardiac rehabilitation is tailored to your needs and overseen by a doctor. Top emergency care means rapid treatment for stroke and heart attack.

Rankings and Achievements

  • Beaumont is the most preferred provider of heart and vascular care in the tri-county area based on independent research by National Research Corp.
  • Beaumont, Royal Oak received the Becker’s Hospital Review for Top 100 Hospitals with Great Heart Programs.
  • Beaumont is a leader in minimally invasive cardiac surgery procedures and perform one of the highest volumes in the state.
  • First in Michigan to repair thoracic aortic aneurysm with conscious sedation  (2016)
  • First in Michigan to offer fractional flow reserve by computed tomography (FFTct), a noninvasive diagnostic tool for chest pain. that detects blood flow to the arteries (2015)
  • Beaumont was the first hospital in Michigan to implant the IMPELLA RP pump to provide circulatory assistance for patients. (2015)
  • Beaumont was the first hospital in the Midwest/Michigan to implant the commercially approved WATCHMAN™ left atrial appendage closure device. (2015)
  • Beaumont was the first hospital in Michigan to implant the commercially approved MitraClip® to help high-risk patients with degenerative mitral valve regurgitation. (2013)
  • Beaumont was the first hospital in Michigan to replace an aortic valve with the FDA commercially approved Edwards SAPIEN Transcatheter Heart Valve. (2011)
  • Beaumont’s Ministrelli Women’s Heart Center was the first in Michigan devoted exclusively to the detection, prevention and treatment of heart disease.
  • Beaumont pioneered innovative screening programs for early detection and treatment of heart conditions, including:
    • 7 for $70 heart and vascular screening, specifically designed to identify risk factors and recommend a course of action to improve heart and vascular health.
    • Cardiovascular Performance Clinic, offering comprehensive counseling and screening for amateur and professional athletes, recreational endurance exercisers and highly active individuals.
    • Student Heart Check, a screening program to identify undetected heart conditions and prevent sudden cardiac arrest. (2017)