William Beaumont Hospital
Beaumont Health System is a regional medical system in the Detroit Metropolitan area. It first opened with a 238-bed hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan in 1955. The hospital system is named after William Beaumont, a medical doctor at an army post on Mackinac Island, Michigan.
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