Program areas at Beaumont Hospital Dearborn
Inpatient Services:Oakwood Healthcare, Inc., ("Oakwood System"), a wholly owned subsidiary of Beaumont Health, is a Michigan non-profit corporation originally incorporated in 1948.Beaumont Hospital, Dearborn (formerly Oakwood Hospital - Dearborn) has proudly served residents across southeastern Michigan since 1953. With 632 beds, Beaumont Hospital, Dearborn is a major teaching and research hospital and home to three medical residency programs in partnership with Wayne State University School of Medicine. Beaumont Hospital, Dearborn is verified as a Level II trauma center and has been accredited by the Joint Commission as a primary stroke center. The Hospital is also known for clinical excellence and innovation in the fields of orthopedics, neurosciences, women's health, and heart and vascular as well as cancer care.Beaumont Hospital, Wayne (formerly Oakwood Annapolis Hospital) opened its doors to western Wayne communities in 1957. This 185-bed, full-service hospital is the only hospital in the Wayne, Westland, Garden City, Canton, Inkster and Romulus area verified by the American College of Surgeons as a Level III trauma center. The Hospital has a long-standing partnership with Detroit Metro Airport and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to handle a wide variety of health and communicable disease concerns including mass trauma and emergency patients.Beaumont Hospital, Trenton (formerly Oakwood Hospital - Southshore) is a 193-bed acute care teaching hospital that sponsors nine university-affiliated residency programs. The Hospital opened its doors to Trenton and its surrounding communities in 1961.Beaumont Hospital, Taylor (formerly Oakwood Heritage Hospital), is a 180-bed hospital that is a recognized health care leader in the Detroit Metro region. It has proudly served Taylor and surrounding communities since 1977 with specialty services that include 24-hour emergency care, hyperbaric and wound care, a surgical pavilion, a pain management clinic, orthopedic surgery, a mental health facility, inpatient physical medicine and rehabilitation and full-service radiology, including advanced CT and MRI. Oakwood also includes over 60 outpatient sites, and a retirement community and rehabilitation skilled nursing center known as Oakwood Common, to serve the people and diverse communities of western Wayne County.At its core, the Oakwood System's focus is to provide the highest quality health care services safely, effectively and compassionately to all patients irrespective of their ability to pay. The System's four hospitals have 1,190 licensed beds. In 2019, the Oakwood System registered 59,079 admissions and 32,813 total surgeries.
Emergency Services:The emergency care centers at the four hospitals in the Oakwood System are staffed and equipped to handle the most severe illnesses and injuries as well as minor traumas that require medical attention.Beaumont Hospital, Dearborn is a verified Level II trauma center that ensures advanced life-saving procedures are readily available 24/7 for patients with traumatic injuries. An 89-bed full-service emergency center provides rapid assessment and emergency care with response times below the national average for those requiring a heart or stroke intervention.Beaumont Hospital, Wayne has board-certified emergency medicine physicians, fast track service for rapid assessment and care for less urgent conditions, and advanced life-saving procedures.Beaumont Hospital, Trenton has achieved two-minute "door-to-evaluation and a "door-to-balloon" time of less than 56 minutes for those requiring a heart intervention which is well below the national average. Beaumont Hospital, Trenton is the only verified Level II trauma center serving the downriver community. This important distinction means that advanced life-saving procedures are readily available 24/7 for patients with traumatic injuries.Beaumont Hospital, Taylor is the only emergency room in Taylor offering 24/7 care.The Oakwood System treated 225,376 individuals in its emergency centers in 2019. The Oakwood System provides these medical services regardless of the patient's ability to pay and provides medical treatment to everyone entering the Oakwood System regardless of their financial circumstances.
Outpatient and Other Services:The Oakwood System's mission extends beyond its campuses where it is a leader in providing outpatient health care services to all members of the community, including Medicaid patients, underinsured patients and patients with no insurance at all.The Oakwood System also includes numerous community-based medical centers in the communities. All of these outpatient services are provided to patients on a non-discriminatory basis and irrespective of ability to pay.
Also known as...
Oakwood Healthcare; Oakwood Hospital and Medical Center; Oakwood Hospital - Southshore; Oakwood Annapolis Hospital; Oakwood Heritage Hospital; Oakwood Hospital Trenton; Beaumont Health