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About Crittenton Hospital Medical Center

Crittenton provides a full continuum of clinical programs nationally ranked for quality excellence and a medical staff of nearly 500 physicians, representing a wide range of medical specialties providing primary, secondary and tertiary-level care. Crittenton has newly-renovated facilities and cutting-edge technology for providing patients with the most advanced medical care on both an inpatient and outpatient basis.

Crittenton is the destination of choice for top medical specialists and healthcare services. Crittenton is a fully-accredited teaching facility and provides a campus for residents from Wayne State University’s School of Medicine who are specializing in Family Medicine and Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) and is a teaching campus for nurses from Oakland University’s School of Nursing.

From the advanced Emergency Department with board-certified, emergency medicine physicians and nurses, to state-of-the-art critical care units, to the new Joint Replacement Center, Crittenton offers some of the best healthcare services where patients ‘Get Better’ in a warm, friendly and secure community setting.

In October 2015 CHMC joined Ascension Michigan as the newest member of a network of 5 health systems across the state.  Crittenton provides a strong Northern Oakland County presence, complementing the other service areas of Ascension Michigan, which include St. John Providence in southeast Michigan, Borgess Health in Kalamazoo, Genesys in Grand Blanc, St. Mary’s of Michigan in Saginaw and Standish, and St. Joseph Health System in Tawas. With this partnership our community now benefits from access to the largest nationwide, nonprofit collaboration of hospitals, medical practices and innovators called to deliver compassionate, personalized care for all.  Crittenton is stronger than ever as part of the Ascension family.


Learn more about this collaboration, and about the Ascension healthcare organization.

Crittenton Hospital Medical Center is dedicated to enhancing the health status of the individuals and communities we serve in partnership with our physicians, employees and community members.


To be the recognized healthcare:

  • Provider of choice
  • Educator of choice
  • Employer of choice

Cultural Values

Our Cultural Values Statement combines concepts that define Crittenton Hospital Medical Center and the values all employees, volunteers and physicians share. In every job, task and interaction with the public, each other and our patients, the concepts of our cultural values statement will be our guide. Excellence in CARING . . .
C ompassion
A ccountability
R espect
I ntegrity
N eighborly
G rowth

Board of Trustees
Beverly Allen – Treasurer, Vice Chairman
Lisa Asadoorian – Trustee
Bryan K. Barnett – Trustee
Peter de Steiger – Trustee
Jeffrey H. DeClaire, M.D. – Trustee
Robert Go, M.D. – Trustee
Kenneth A. Johnson – Trustee
Kathrin E. Kudner – Trustee
Robert J. Lenihan, II – Chairman
Frederick Maibauer, M.D. – Trustee
Bradford J. Merrelli, M.D. – Trustee
F. Scott Miller – Trustee
Russell M. Shelton – Trustee
Brad Upton – Trustee

Ex-Officio Members
Terry Hamilton, Acting President
Peter J. Korda, M.D., CHMC Chief of Staff
Audrianne Moceri, Secretary
Anthony J. Nehra, M.D., Chairman, Crittenton Foundation

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Gwen MacKenzie
Senior Vice President
Michigan Market Executive
Ascension Health

Terry Hamilton

Terry Hamilton
Acting President


Michelle Hornberger
Chief Strategy Officer

Donna Kopinski

Donna Kopinski
Chief Financial Officer


Sheryl Wissman, MD
Chief Medical Officer

Ken Sanger

Ken Sanger
Chief Nursing Officer

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Howard Bosworth
Administrator Human Resources

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