The staff of the Hough Center for Adolescent Health includes board-certified Beaumont Children's Hospital adolescent medicine specialists who address the specific needs of teenagers and their families, reinforcing communication between teens and their parents while empowering teens to become responsible for their own health. Detroit Hour Magazine has repeatedly rated our physicians as Top Docs, qualified to meet the unique needs of young people and their families. The Center features an integrated eating disorders program made possible by a generous grant from the Hough family to address the specific needs of teens with eating disorders.
The teen years are a time of physical, emotional, and social experiences that can be both rewarding and difficult for teenagers and their families. Health care for young adults is different from that of younger children. While adolescents don’t get sick as often as younger children, regular age-appropriate health care and guidance through psychosocial issues are key to establishing healthy behaviors that will carry into adulthood. The Beaumont Adolescent Health Center provides outpatient evaluation and care that addresses:
Whatever the health concern, whether routine or chronic, young adults receive the sensitive and personal medical care they deserve at Beaumont Children’s Hospital.
The Hough Center for Adolescent Health is located off-campus at 1777 Axtell Rd., Suite 202, Troy, Michigan 48084.
The Center is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Appointments can be made by calling 248-594-3142. A referral may be needed for some insurances. Medical records may be needed from your primary physician for some concerns and can be faxed in advance to 248-594-3249.
Call 248-594-3142 to make an appointment at the Hough Center for Adolescent Health.