Michigan hospital shut down to prepare for next surge of COVID-19 patients

April 28, 2020

Beaumont Health has temporarily closed its hospital in Wayne, Mich., and is redeploying hospital staff to its other sites, according to an article on the Becker’s Hospital Review website.

Beaumont Hospital, Wayne has been designated as a COVID-19 only hospital to handle a surge of patients that was expected.

Though the surge was more moderate than expected, Beaumont is not changing the COVID-19 only status of the hospital in Wayne.

Beaumont officials said this was in preparation for a second surge that could occur after the stay at home restrictions end.

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