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Company Overview of Beaumont Health
Beaumont Health provides acute, specialty, primary, and preventative care services. It offers health care services for women that include breast care, mammograms maternity education, and heart health; cardiac rehabilitation, cardiothoracic surgery, electrophysiology, and vascular surgery services; and imaging services that include coronary computed tomography angiography, computed tomography, interventional radiology, mammography-imaging, mobile imaging, magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear imaging, positron emission tomography with computed tomography, ultrasound, and X-ray. The company also provides community programs and services that include senior care solutions, independent living, assi...
18101 Oakwood Boulevard
Dearborn, MI 48124 4089
Founded in 1948
Key Executives for Beaumont Health
Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President
Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President
Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Operations
Senior Vice President and General Counsel
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Beaumont Health Key Developments
Beaumont Health Opens First Retail Clinic
Sep 29 15
Beaumont Health announced that the company has opened its first 'retail health clinic' inside the Royal Oak Meijer store at 5150 Coolidge Highway. The Beaumont FastCare clinic is staffed by Beaumont nurse practitioners and offers a low-cost option for routine health services such as sports physical and vaccinations, or help with minor ailments such as pink eye, rashes, and fevers. The walk-in clinic accepts most health insurances and is for adults and children ages 3 and older. Those without insurance or with a high-deductible plan pay $77 per visit, which includes basic lab tests. For Beaumont, the clinic is an experimental foray into the trend of convenient care clinics, which have popped up in recent years inside some chain drugstores including CVS, Walgreens and Rite Aid. These clinics offer convenience and longer weekday and weekend hours than most doctor's offices. They are less expensive to operate than urgent care centers or emergency rooms and therefore charge less. The nationwide average is about $75 per visit. Patients are generally seen quickly, and can pick up over-the-counter and prescription medications at the same time.
Beaumont Health Announces Executive Changes
Jan 7 15
The Beaumont Health board of directors has announced the appointment of John T. Fox as president and chief executive officer of Beaumont Health. Fox will join the organization in March. Fox has more than 30 years of experience leading large, complex integrated health systems and academic medical centers. He joined Emory Healthcare in 1999 as chief operating officer and became CEO in 2002. Prior to joining Emory, Fox was executive vice president of Clarian Health, now known as IU Health, in Indianapolis. Before that, he served as vice president and chief financial officer at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. As an MBA and CPA, Fox began his career at Coopers and Lybrand. In his new role, Fox will be responsible for providing strategic direction and leadership for the new health system, which was officially formed in September 2014 through an affiliation involving Beaumont Health System, Oakwood Healthcare and Botsford Health Care. Initially, he will focus on developing strategies to sustain and grow Beaumont Health as a regionally and nationally renowned health system. Fox will succeed Gene Michalski, initial president and CEO of Beaumont Health since June 2014, and president and CEO of Beaumont Health System since 2010. Michalski will retire in 2015.
Beaumont Health System, Botsford Health Care and Oakwood Healthcare Sign Letter of Intent to Form a New Health System
Mar 21 14
Beaumont Health System, Botsford Health Care and Oakwood Healthcare have signed a letter of intent and begun exclusive negotiations about combining their operations into a new health care system. The boards of the three not-for-profit organizations have approved a letter of intent calling for formation of a new, $3.8 billion health system that would combine assets, liabilities and operations under unified executive and board leadership. The new system would integrate their combined eight hospitals and 153 other patient care sites into a comprehensive and collaborative health care network focused on advancing quality of care and access to care for people throughout the region. The three organizations have begun the negotiation of a definitive agreement and due diligence discussions aimed at creating the new, not-for-profit health system.
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