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Andrew Ciarlone

Meet Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Andrew Ciarlone

A native Michigander, Dr. Ciarlone said his interest in medicine began when he first noticed that the human body doesn’t always perform the way it should. Early on, he became interested in people with limps, joint pain, or other injuries … Read More >

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Volunteer for Better Health, Better Community

Volunteering is about more than donating your time, talent or treasures with people or organizations who need it; volunteering is also an important way to join something larger than yourself. Doing this may have a surprising benefit for you as … Read More >

Catharine Hervey Crittenton

Meet Director of Physician Engagement, Catharine Hervey

When asked what the best part of her job is, Catharine Hervey says it is meeting new people; not a bad trait for someone responsible for managing physician engagement. While she may be new to the role at Crittenton Hospital, … Read More >

Support

5 Ways to Support a Loved One with Breast Cancer

When someone you love gets sick, family and friends can often struggle with what to say or how to express that they want to help. Whether you feel you have the right words or not, a strong support system can … Read More >

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The Journey to Fight Breast Cancer

  A breast cancer diagnosis is not only scary, it’s just the beginning of a long journey of treatment and care, often accompanied by an overwhelming sense of the unknown for what lies ahead.Though every patient’s journey is unique, we … Read More >