A substantial amount of the $8.6 million project was underwritten by Suzanne and Herbert Tyner of Bloomfield Hills to show their appreciation for cardiac care received at Beaumont.

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The establishment of the Robert B. & Ann S. Aikens Urology Research Fund will benefit from Dr. Diokno’s experience as a world-renowned leader in aging bladder research and Dr. Chancellor, one of the world’s leading neuro-urologists.

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Beaumont Health System has announced a $5 million gift from Danialle and Peter Karmanos Jr. that aims to expand safe, natural birthing alternatives for expectant moms in Metro Detroit.

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The Ted Lindsay Foundation is donating $1 million to expand and create a new facility for Beaumont Children's Hospital's HOPE Center.

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Welcome to the Beaumont Foundation, a division of Beaumont Health System. As a non-profit organization, Beaumont is committed to providing the highest quality of care to all of our patients efficiently, effectively and compassionately, regardless of their ability to pay. The mission of the Foundation  is to secure philanthropic funds that are critical in our ability to keep that promise to the patients and families who depend on us for their health care.

Generous gifts from those in the community ensure that our nurses,  physicians and researchers have the leading-edge resources, equipment and technology available to continue providing the most advanced care for our patients. Philanthropy also helps support a wide range of programs and projects that benefit patients today and in the future.  

Your support could help fund the construction of new facilities or allow us to purchase vital equipment for our patients. It could help our talented team of researchers find new ways to enhance  care, or allow us to expand outreach programs.

Philanthropy has played a pivotal role in supporting Beaumont’s position as a national leader in health care. You can have a share of this legacy and be confident that your gift will have a positive, life-changing impact on patients, families and the future of medicine.

Would you like to keep up with Foundation events and your gifts at work? To receive periodic updates from us please, click here to join our e-newsletter, Giving News.

Join us Wednesday, October 29 to raise awareness in the community about the unique characteristics of cardiovascular disease in women, a disease that claims the lives of more than 500,000 women in this country each year.  Click here for more information.