Detroit Free Press Top Workplaces 2011
Beaumont Health System
- Employees in region:
- HQ location:
- Royal Oak, MI
Beaumont Hospitals is a three-hospital regional health care provider with 1,696 licensed beds and 3,000 physicians in Oakland, Macomb and Wayne counties. In addition to its hospitals, Beaumont operates numerous community-based medical centers, five nursing centers, a research institute, home care services and hospice. Beaumont, Royal Oak is a 1,061-bed major academic and referral center with Level I trauma status. The hospital ranks first in the United States for inpatient admissions and second for its number of surgeries. Beaumont, Troy is among the nation's highest-volume community hospitals with 361 beds.
Beaumont, Grosse Pointe, a 289-bed community hospital, was acquired in October 2007. Ninety-one medical and surgical specialties are represented on the Beaumont medical staffs. A major teaching facility, Beaumont is partnering with Oakland University to establish a private medical school to open in 2011.
“Verbal affirmation from my boss and co-workers for a job well done. Great communication of information that impacts me and my job.”
“He is a farseeing administrator looking decades ahead and positioning this company to continue to prosper, not fail as so many have in our area.”
“He gets to know his people. Makes a point of connecting to staff, patients, and to anyone that he can learn how to do things better from! It is refreshing. ”
“I have had many opportunities at Beaumont to move ahead and around in the system. I have really enjoyed all of the work I have done. ”
“The classes and certification programs that Beaumont offers or have offered in the past have given me the skills I needed to advance to where I'm at now. ”
“I appreciate the flexibility of my schedule. I am able to select my weekly schedule, which enables be to continue my education and take care of my family while I work.”
“Everyone really appreciates the hard work that you do and often let you know that your doing a good job.”
“Centers of excellence, being proactive about health reform, and always striving to do the right thing”