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With every person we vaccinate,
there's hope.

Beaumont has been fighting the pandemic
with our community since the beginning.

Drive through COVID-19 screening site at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak

Beaumont quickly implemented drive through COVID-19 screening sites.

Beaumont Dr. Gilpin films latest COVID-19 update video

We continue to be a trusted, accurate source of COVID-19 and vaccine information.

Health care hero logo projected onto Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak

During these extraordinary times, we are thankful for our health care heroes.

We’re proud to have cared for the
most COVID patients in the state.

Beaumont treated it’s first COVID patient on March 14, 2020.

At our peak in April, we were treating more than 1,000 patients daily.

By the end of 2020, we had treated thousands of patients in our hospitals and emergency centers.

Our staff continues to care for COVID-19 patients every day.

We can only do it together.
Beat the pandemic with Beaumont.


Wear Your Mask

Masks are still one of the most effective ways to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

Importance of Face Masks
Importance of Face Masks

Social Distance

COVID-19 spreads mainly among those in close contact so it’s important to social distance.

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Get Vaccinated

Learn more about getting your COVID-19 vaccination at Beaumont.

COVID-19 Vaccines
COVID-19 Vaccines

More about Beaumont’s
fight to end the pandemic.

Meet Beaumont Nurse Maureen

Beaumont Nurse Maureen featured in TV commercial

Appearing in our latest TV spot, Maureen is caring for patients during the pandemic.


Leading the Way

Beaumont COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Southfield

See how we've been leading the way and finding hope during the pandemic.


Coronavirus Resources

Illustration of coronavirus

Stay up-to-date with the latest coronavirus information and resources.

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