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Beaumont Health COVID-19 patient tracker


Please note, we are sharing the number of discharges, total number of patients off vents and deaths related to COVID-19 at Beaumont hospitals in the Daily Update. A complete list of stats can be found on Beaumont.org/coronavirus.


Last updated: July 23, 3 p.m. 
Beaumont Health is currently reviewing the criteria used in the Patient Track Board to ensure it reflects the most accurate and up-to-date data, and that all sources of data are consistent.
Yesterday Since March 1
Patient discharges 0 3,576
Patients off vents 4 239
Deaths related to COVID-19 at a Beaumont hospital 938


Patients with confirmed and pending COVID‐19 tests currently in a Beaumont hospital

The chart on the right shows what has happened. The future shape of the curve is dependent on how the pandemic moves through the state. Current predictions indicate a downward trend in cases due to social distancing measures. Download PDF with additional data.

Pending and confirmed in hospital

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Weekly COVID-19 and Safe Care updates


To help our youngest patients feel more comfortable, as well as ease the stress on parents and guardians, all patients 21 years and under who do not have or are not suspected of having COVID-19 are able to have two parents/legal guardians with them on site from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Additionally, one parent or legal guardian may stay with the patient overnight. For patients 21 years or under who do have or are suspected of having COVID-19, one parent/legal guardian may stay with the patient 24/7. Appropriate PPE is required as directed by staff.


On Monday, Sept. 21, standardized infection prevention changes will be made in oneChart for all sites, which include an updated list of infections, isolation orders and security templates. These enhancements will lead the way for Beaumont to move to a standard solution and prepare the Infection Prevention department for the full implementation of Epic Bugsy. This update will remove the current COVID-19 Isolation from the order menu. The future COVID-19 infections will need to have an order placed for Droplet Isolation and Contact Isolation. Review the user guide for detailed informationOther new features included in the standardization will help manage COVID-19 patient care more efficiently during a pandemic surge period.

Do your patients need a little help? Beaumont’s Community Resource Networkmakes it easy to find programs and community resources to help you help your patients with their essential needs. The tool recommends referral options based on identified area of need and zip code. With more than 40,000 social services listed by zip code, you can find local services related to affordable food, housing, utilities, transportation, medications, legal aid, financial assistance, childcare and more. Physicians can visit beaumontstaff.auntbertha.com to find resources for patients or patients can access it directly at communityresource.beaumont.org. This video describes the tool for you.



Beaumont is sending daily updates to your Beaumont email address (firstname.lastname@beaumont.org). These updates contain the latest information from Beaumont’s Emergency Operations Center. The updates are also sent to the preferred email address and fax number on file. If you are a Beaumont physician, APP or resident not receiving these communications or would like to see additional resources on this page, email physician.communications@beaumont.org.




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