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Royal Oak, MI - The Suzanne and Herbert Tyner Center for Cardiovascular Interventions at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak is more than a hybrid operating room. It’s a collaborative approach to better patient care and an educational center for physicians around the world.

While many hospitals have hybrid operating rooms, Beaumont’s Tyner Center combines the most advanced technology in patient care. The 9,000 square foot Tyner Center includes a learning facility designed specifically for training physicians and a technical staff. Adjacent to the hybrid operating suite, an elevated viewing room allows physicians to observe procedures in real-time. The center also has the capability to record and broadcast training courses to locations around the world. 

A team of specialists including surgeons, cardiologists and anesthesiologists work together to perform minimally invasive, image-guided and catheter-based procedures in the same setting.

“This extraordinary center allows us to achieve even better patient outcomes through the most advanced care,” says Simon Dixon, M.D., MBChB, Beaumont Health System chair, Cardiovascular Medicine. “The collaborative approach means better, more comprehensive care for our patients.”

In the Tyner Center, Beaumont’s heart and vascular specialists perform open heart and vascular surgeries using minimally invasive approaches. This means safer and more effective treatment options for the most complex and high-risk patients. Continue>

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