Albion Health Care Alliance - Our History
Albion had its own hospital for 95 years, from 1907 to 2002. But in 2002, the hospital closed. This left Albion with a challenge: how could the people in Albion get health care without a community hospital?
So Albion Health Care Alliance was formed. This group worked with many organizations to help provide services and information for the community.
Albion Health Care Alliance manages:
- Health care Navigation Services
- Ralph and Mary Cram Medical Center for Health-related offices
- Food help with the Community Table of Albion, and the Albion Food Pantry
- Mental Health Programs working with the Albion Ministerial Association
- 2-1-1 phone call help
Local health care for Albion residents!
Dr. Ralph & Mary Cram Medical Center houses these health providers. Call to make an appointment:
The Cram Medical Center is open to the public for appointments or special events. Below are the health navigation hours for Albion Healthcare Alliance. 517-629-5080
Mon & Wed
8:30 – 11:30 a.m.
1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Albion Health Care Alliance (AHCA) works with many area organizations to address the greater Albion community’s hunger and other health needs. AHCA is a 501(c)(3) organization. You can help us to make our friendly community a bit healthier!
Thank you to all who contribute their time, money, share our work, or allow us to serve you!
Rising to meet the needs of the Albion Community
I'm thankful that Albion Health Care Alliance continues to give assistance and support to residents in new ways as our needs change.
Former Executive Director
You can help improve health outcomes for Albion's residents.
Support Healthcare in Albion
Albion Health Care Alliance does not charge people for the services and food we give them. We get money from different places to pay for the services. This includes grants, in-kind support from our partners, rent from the Cram Building, and donations.
You can help us by donating today or setting up a regular donation. We really appreciate your support!