Clinical Learning Sites

For your information, Oakwood, Botsford and Beaumont have joined together to become a new health care organization called Beaumont Health. View FAQs on Beaumont Health.


 

Beaumont Health Mobile App

Beaumont has developed a consumer mobile app; available for Apple and Android devices in the App Store and Google Play. The app gives the user quick access to important information about Beaumont Health and supporting a healthy lifestyle. Open iTunes to download app.

 

 

U.S. News & World Report rankings

U.S. News ranks three out of four Oakwood hospitals as among the top in the region and state. OHMC, OSMC and OAH were recognized based on their performance excellence against quality, safety and patient care in 16 specialty areas.

Facts & Figures

Oakwood Healthcare is an independent, not-for-profit health care organization committed to improving the health and well-being of the individuals and communities in Wayne County. As one of the largest employers in the county, Oakwood provides acute, specialty, primary and preventative care services backed by excellence in research and education. With four acute care hospitals and more than 60 outpatient facilities, Oakwood's 9,000 employees and 1,300 physicians represent nearly every medical and surgical specialty and subspecialty. Oakwood was also a finalist for the 2011 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.

2014 Oakwood Facts and Figures

  • Beaumont Health Fact Sheet
  • 4 acute care hospitals
  • 1,229 licensed beds
  • 65 outpatient sites
  • One rehabilitation skilled nursing center
  • 500 square-mile service area
  • 30 communities served
  • Approximately 940,000 people living in the service area
  • Approximately 1,300 physicians
  • Approximately 700 volunteers
  • 2nd largest employer in suburban Wayne County (Crain's Book of Lists, 2015 edition)
  • 56,627 inpatient discharges
  • 194,131 emergency room visits
  • 241,165 hospital-based outpatient visits
  • 471,523 ambulatory visits
  • 5,744 babies delivered
  • 397 open-heart surgeries
  • 91,473 community outreach, health education and screening services
  • 25 churches with nearly 33,000 faith community members touched by Faith-Based Outreach
  • 66 Speakers Bureau presentations to approximately 1,000 community members
  • $4.007 billion annual gross revenue
  • $1.209 billion total operating revenue
  • 75 assisted living apartments
  • 225 independent living apartments
  • 32 Alzheimer's/Dementia units
  • 85,052 home care visits
  • Accredited by Joint Commission

 

 

Beaumont Hospital-Taylor

Beaumont Hospital - Taylor, formerly Oakwood Hospital - Taylor and Oakwood Heritage Hospital, has been committed to making customer satisfaction its top priority since opening its doors in 1977. Beaumont–Taylor has earned recognition as the leading total joint replacement hospital in the region as well as excelling in clinical quality and innovation in the areas of heart attack, pneumonia, heart failure and surgical care. Beaumont–Taylor was also awarded the National Top Performer award by the leading healthcare accreditor, The Joint Commission, and is only one of 244 hospitals nationwide to earn this distinction two years in a row. While recently investing more than $30 million in expansion and renovation projects, Beaumont–Taylor continues to be a technologically advanced and recognized healthcare leader to the communities it serves.

 

Beaumont Hospital-Dearborn

For more than 60 years, Beaumont Hospital - Dearborn (formerly Oakwood Hospital - Dearborn) has proudly served residents across southeastern Michigan. OH-D is a major teaching and research hospital and home to three medical residency programs in partnership with the Wayne State University School of Medicine. It was named one of the 10 Best Hospitals in Michigan by U.S. News & World Report. Beaumont–Dearborn is a Level 2 trauma center and has been recognized for clinical excellence and innovation in the fields of orthopedics, neurosciences (Stroke Center of Excellence,) women's health, heart and vascular, and cancer care.
 

John D. Dingell VA Medical Center

The John D. Dingell VA Medical Center is a 108-bed full service medical center that provides primary, secondary and tertiary care. The center provides acute medical, surgical, psychiatric, neurological and dermatological inpatient care. Primary care, medical and surgical specialties also are provided, as are mental health clinics that include substance abuse treatment, a day treatment center and a community-based psychiatric program with the goal of maintaining patients in their home community. The medical center also operates a 109-bed nursing home care unit and a Health Care for Homeless Veterans program. The center administers two Community Based Outpatient Clinics in Yale, Mich., and Pontiac, Mich., as well as two veteran outreach centers in Dearborn, Mich., and in Detroit. The VAMC serves approximately 330,994 veterans in Wayne, Oakland, Macomb and St. Clair counties. Other major training programs at the medical center include Audiology and Speech Pathology, Dietetics, Nursing, Psychology, Rehabilitation Medicine, Social Work, Surgical Auxiliaries and a Compensated Work Therapy program (Source: The John D. Dingell VA Medical Center website.)

 

WSU PM&R Oakwood Resident time per program year at teaching sites

Based on 2014-2015 Academic Calendar

PGY 1

Taylor

Dearborn

Elective

Veteran Affairs-Detroit

Southshore- Trenton

WSU SOM Lab-Detroit

D.O.s

7 months

4 months

1 month in either Taylor or Dearborn

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--

--

M.D.s

7 months

3 months

2 months in either Taylor or Dearborn

--

--

--

PGY 2

Taylor

Dearborn

Elective

Veteran Affairs-Detroit

Southshore- Trenton

WSU SOM Lab-Detroit

All

9 months

2 months

--

1 month

--

--

PGY 3

Taylor

Dearborn

Elective

Veteran Affairs-Detroit

Southshore- Trenton

WSU SOM Lab-Detroit

All

5 months

5 months

1 month in either Taylor or Dearborn, unless on Research rotation that may be completed in Detroit

1 month

--

--

PGY 4

Taylor

Dearborn

Elective

Veteran Affairs-Detroit

Southshore- Trenton

WSU SOM Lab-Detroit

All

5 months

5 months

2 months in either Taylor or Dearborn, unless on Research rotation that may be completed in Detroit

--

--

--

Brain Injury Medicine Fellowship

PGY5

Taylor

Dearborn

Elective

Veteran Affairs-Detroit

Southshore- Trenton

WSU SOM Lab-Detroit

Fellow

7 months

3 months

1 month, none in Detroit

--

 

1 month