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Why Choose Crittenton's ER

Meet Our Chief of Emergency Services

Dr. David Bauer doesn’t have the typical pre-medicine background. While most students had chemistry or biology majors, Dr. Bauer came into medical school with a degree in…music! Today, Dr. Bauer is our Chief of Emergency Services, and he also plays … Read More >

Alzheimer's awareness

Early Signals That Can Point to Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s is a brain disease and type of dementia that causes a decline in memory, thinking, reasoning skills, and behavior. Symptoms can develop slowly and can heighten over time. They can be severe enough to make daily tasks seem impossible. … Read More >


How Stress Can Affect Your Health

Stress: It’s something most people experience in their lifetime and sometimes more than a few times a week! People often feel stressed from their job, family, or just how quickly a day can do by. So it can be fair … Read More >

Dr. Reedy

Meet Our Chief of Women’s Services

Dr. Brian Reedy didn’t always envision a career in medicine. The board-certified obstetrician-gynecologist once planned on becoming an accountant! Today, Dr. Reedy is the Chief of Women’s Services at Crittenton Hospital and a passionate Ob/Gyn physician. Why Obstetrics? After switching … Read More >

Nurse of the Year 2015

Crittenton Nurse of the Year 2015

National Nurses’ Week coincides with the birthday of Florence Nightingale. This is a time Crittenton likes to take a moment to thank not only our registered nurses, but all of our clinical staff who provide high quality, compassionate care at … Read More >