The Pediatric Outpatient Clinic at Beaumont Children’s Hospital provides comprehensive, high-quality health care from birth to age 18 during 18,000 patient visits each year. The clinic accommodates approximately 18,000 visits each year. Clinic staff includes board-certified pediatricians, nurses with pediatric education and experience, and subspecialists who are available for consultation. Emergency care is available through on-site access to a Level I emergency department and trauma center.
Well-child care and immunizations promote optimal physical and emotional growth and development. Families benefit from child-focused care and anticipatory guidance, whether children are seen for routine health maintenance care, or complex or, chronic diseases, or acute illnesses and injuries. Same-day care can be arranged in the Pediatric Acute Care Clinic and Pediatric After Hours Clinic. All patients receive the highest quality of care, regardless of ability to pay.
The clinic has been recognized for outstanding achievements in childhood immunization, chosen as a pilot site for the Michigan Care Improvement Registry, and designated as a Cleft Lip/Palate/Facial Multidisciplinary Specialty Clinic by the Michigan Department of Community Health. At all health maintenance visits from 6 months to 5 years of age, children receive a book through the Reach Out and Read program. A Legal Aid Partnership for Children program was recently implemented.
The following treatments and tests are available at the Pediatric Outpatient Clinic:
Clinic staff also reach out to the community by providing sports physicals at area high schools, caring for students from Judson Center, volunteering at Covenant Community Care, Inc., and volunteering at Head Start.
For information and to schedule an appointment, call Beaumont Hospital Clinic Registration at 248-551-3000.