A $ 160 million expansion and renovation enhances the patient's experience. increases confidentiality, security and efficiency; and meets the growing needs of the community
Beaumont Hospital in Farmington Hills has added space and advanced medical technology while strengthening the capacity and accessibility of emergency care, trauma, surgery and critical care. The new East ward is home to an advanced Level II Emergency and Trauma Center and a high-tech surgical suite. A state-of-the-art critical care unit has been integrated into the new south tower.
David Claeys, newly appointed president of Beaumont at Farmington Hills, said, "This ambitious project is helping to ensure that the campus continues to realize our vision of providing high quality, high quality healthcare. We have an excellent team here and I look forward to helping Beaumont, Farmington Hills become the community's first choice in hospital care. "
New critical care unit opens March 7
Treating seriously ill or injured patients requiring constant care and close supervision, the new 20-bed critical care unit has large private rooms for patients. The rooms are designed to accommodate the patient's relatives. Glass doors allow staff to maintain constant visual surveillance, which enhances patient safety. A spacious and family-friendly waiting room as well as a private family consultation room are also part of the accommodations.
The new surgical suite opens on March 13
On the third floor, the nine operating rooms of the new surgical suite have robotics to allow precise operations. Touch screens provide immediate access to medical records, vital signs, X-rays and MRI. From the operating table, surgeons control the medical equipment, as well as the lights and images displayed on the wall monitors. They also have access to patient information and reference documents. Throughout the procedure, the surgeon can capture images and save them in the patient's electronic medical record.
Michael Rebock, a medical doctor and trauma surgeon, said, "We have built vast operating rooms for tomorrow and harnessed the power of technology to save and improve lives – it's an exciting time."
New Level II Emergency and Trauma Center Opens March 14
The new first-floor emergency center provides a patient and family-centered environment that supports Beaumont's delivery of high-quality emergency care. Its 39 closed universal treatment rooms increase intimacy. Some of the 39 rooms are "Fast Track", providing accelerated care for patients with minor injuries and illnesses. In addition, the Level II Trauma Center includes three trauma bays connected by an unobstructed footbridge, providing staff with improved visibility and access to multiple traumatized patients.
"We provide a patient and family-centered environment with accommodations and advanced medical technology that better meet the expectations of Beaumont's high-quality emergency care consumers," said Sanford Vieder, DO, Director of Medicine. emergency room and medical director of the emergency center. "We believe that the EC is the gateway to our hospital where most first impressions are formed and that we want people to have a positive experience here."
Go forward under the direction of Claeys
When the entire expansion and renovation will be completed in 2020, it will include:
- more than 193,000 square feet of new construction
- over 61,500 square feet of renovated existing space
In summer, the new south tower will open with:
- 80 private patient rooms
- the new main entrance and the hospital reception
- nursing units for orthopedics, oncology, respiratory care, surgery, rehabilitation and women's services
Later in 2019, a brand new area called the Observation Unit will have 19 private medical observation rooms on the first floor, allowing caregivers to treat patients with symptoms such as chest pain, congestive heart failure. and asthma.
By 2020, the space that housed the former Emergency and Trauma Center will reopen with renovated spaces for a total of 58 treatment rooms. The overall footprint of the emergency and trauma center will be almost triple what it was before the expansion and renovation. The patient reception capacity will increase from 65,000 to 88,000 per year.
Also in 2020, 27 private patient rooms in the perioperative period and a larger modern surgical waiting room will increase the privacy and comfort of patients and their families.
The former president is promoted to Beaumont
"The only hospital located in Farmington Hills and serving the neighboring communities of northwestern Detroit, Farmington, Livonia, Novi, Redford, Southfield, West Bloomfield and beyond, Beaumont, Farmington Hills is uniquely positioned to support a population very diverse, "Connie O 'Malley, RN, who chaired the hospital over the past three years of construction. She has recently been promoted to head of all Beaumont Health Ambulatory Services.
O'Malley added, "The hospital is a major economic engine and the largest employer in Farmington Hills. The Farmington-Farmington Hills area continues to experience a commercial renaissance and the expansion and renovation of the hospital is helping to strengthen community revitalization. "
With a $ 150 million investment, it's the largest campus expansion in over 20 years. The charitable donations will represent the remaining $ 10 million of this $ 160 million project.
Beaumont Health also offers emergency services in its seven other hospitals in southeastern Michigan and in an autonomous emergency center in Canton.
Beaumont's design and construction partners in the project include HKS Architects, Moren Plante, CRESA Real Estate Consultants, Barton Malow, Michigan's largest builder, and AIM Construction Inc.
Community Open Day, March 2
The public is invited to visit the new Emergency and Trauma Center, operating theaters, critical care rooms and private rooms at Beaumont Hospital, Farmington Hills, 28050 Grand River Ave. Saturday, March 2 from 10:00 to 13:00.
Residents of the area can learn what to do in case of a medical emergency and meet experts who provide care. They are also encouraged to attend CPR demonstrations "by hand". Injury prevention tips and blood pressure checks will also be offered. Pharmacists and physiotherapists, speech therapists or occupational therapists will answer questions.
The open day is for the whole family: children's crafts; tours of fire trucks and ambulances; Meet Handsome Bear and Therapy Dogs. The program includes free valet parking and refreshments.