Troy’s Beaumont Hospital has opened up a 22-bed oncology and hospice unit.
needs of cancer patients while construction of a permanent unit is under way.
The 12,500-square-foot unit opened Nov. 17.
“This temporary unit, called 2 North, will provide patients and their
loved ones some of the same amenities as the permanent unit including private
rooms with space for family, and a quiet, restful environment for comfort and
healing,” says Nancy Susick, vice president of nursing at Beaumont, Troy.
“Our oncology and hospice patients will now be conveniently located in one
area in the hospital.”
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