A Few Words
About Albion Health Care Alliance
Albion Health Care Alliance works to reduce barriers to accessing clinical and community preventive services, supports community health workers and patient advocacy, and brings together community representatives to see that barriers are being addressed.
We do this by offering navigation services, operating the Dr. Ralph and Mary Cram Medical Center, and helping with COVID-19 prevention with awareness, testing and micro-vaccine clinics.
The Albion Health Care Alliance began as the Greater Albion Alliance Health Care Task Force in 2002 to respond to the closure of Trillium Hospital.
The Albion Health Care Center opened in Stoffer Plaza in 2003 and is now named the “Ralph and Mary Cram Medical Center.”
Albion Health Care Alliance manages this building, which houses several health-related organizations.
AHCA also manages the Community Table of Albion, home of Albion Food Distribution and the Albion Food Pantry.
We Are Always
Glad to Help
During difficult times, the community of Albion has always found ways to turn challenges into achievements.
Community partners have found data and resources to be used in new ways as building blocks for health and education.
Rod Auton, Administrator
Albion Health Care Alliance
Board of Directors
Healthy Community Members
A Trusted Community Partner
Whether we are coordinating vaccine clinics, assisting the faith community with mental health resources, providing healthcare navigation services, or providing boxes of food to those in need, Albion Healthcare Alliance provides a range of benefits to the Albion community.
We thank all of the organizations that have provided assistance for the work that we do.
Albion Health Care Alliance works with many area organizations to address the greater Albion community’s hunger and other health needs. You can help us to make our friendly community a bit healthier!
Thank you to everyone who contributes with their time, donations, sharing information, or letting us serve you!