Crittenton Hospital Medical Center is defined by its vision and efforts for a healthier community. The Support and Community section is offered to provide resources and tools to help during your quest for better health and well-being. At Crittenton, your care matters most.
We are proud to provide your loved ones and family members the opportunity to stay connected through the free website services offered by CaringBridge making your health journey easier. CaringBridge websites offer a personal and private space to communicate and show support, saving time and emotional energy when health matters most.
The websites are easy to create and use. Authors add health updates and photos to share their story while visitors leave messages of love, hope and compassion in the guestbook. In collaboration with our caregivers, a website can be easily created and regular updates will be provided by our staff to help you stay informed and in touch. For more information, visit CaringBridge or talk to our staff to get started and ensure your family stays connected.
Spiritual Care is available to patients and families from the hospital Chaplain. Requests for visits by the Chaplain may be made at the nursing station or you may leave a message for the Chaplain by calling (248) 652-5770. The Chaplain is available to provide spiritual support from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Monday through Friday, and may be paged for emergencies after hours. Members of the clergy are welcome to visit you at any time. Our interdenominational Chapel on the second floor is available for use by your family and friends.
General bereavement support is available from the Chaplain’s office at (248) 652-5770.
Crittenton is a proud supporter of Gift of Life Michigan. Gift of Life Michigan, headquartered in Ann Arbor, is the state’s only federally designated organ and tissue recovery program, providing all services necessary for organ donation to occur in Michigan. We’re a non-profit organization working 24 hours a day all over the state as a liaison between donors, hospitals and transplant centers.
Gift of Life was incorporated in 1971 by Michigan transplant surgeons to provide a network for sharing kidneys. Today, Gift of Life recovers more than 900 organs every year for transplantation from 300 or more donors, saving hundreds of lives.