Annual ED Volume (49 patients a day on average)
times 7a-7p and 7p-7a
part of Munson Healthcare system
Requirements Board certified/Eligible in EM/FM, ATLS, ACLS, PALS
Founded in 1911, the 71-bed Grayling Hospital serves residents and visitors to Crawford, Roscommon, and Oscoda counties. Located 50 miles east of Traverse City, Grayling Hospital is one of nine community hospitals in the Munson Healthcare System, northern Michigan's leading and largest healthcare provider. N ear the busy I-75 corridor, Grayling Hospital's Emergency Department?triages and treats trauma patients and others with emergency needs. The hospital also serves Camp Grayling, the largest National Guard training center in the country. Military and law enforcement personnel train year-round and about 200 camp attendees are treated in the hospital?s Emergency Department each year.
The Grayling area is a beautiful destination located in the "up north" area of Michigan. It is an approximate three-hour or less drive from the metro Detroit, Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids, and Flint areas. The region is well known for its scenic beauty and outdoor recreational opportunities. T he AuSable and Manistee Rivers, both of which flow through the Grayling area, are well-known worldwide for their trout fishing. With clear water, a sandy bottom, and no rocks or rapids, these are perfect rivers for fishing and also popular destinations for canoeing and kayaking. Canoes and kayaks are available to rent from local outfitters to? explore the scenic rivers, which are surrounded by beautiful forests and wildlife.