ABOUT HAMILTON COMMUNITY HEALTH NETWORK

Hamilton Community Health Network (HCHN), a non-profit organization is dedicated to providing comprehensive, quality, community-oriented health care for the insured and uninsured throughout Genesee and Lapeer Counties. Hamilton Community Health Network has 35 years of service offering a caring, trained, certified staff that is concerned with the management of chronic and acute disease, oral health management, health promotion and disease prevention.

Under the leadership of Clarence R. Pierce, the sixth Chief Executive Officer for HCHN, the grand opening of the new flagship facility now referred to as “New Main” was celebrated in 2012. This state of the art, 31,000 square-foot facility is currently the largest HCHN facility.

When you visit New Main, in honor of our board member and long-time patient, you will see the Mary Williams Parkway. Mrs. Williams was vocal about the need for Hamilton’s growth in the community and was known for her saying, “I am with you when you are right.”

Through a collaboration with Genesys Health System, now Ascension Health, Hamilton was gifted the Clio Clinic site along with all equipment. At the time, there was only one provider at the site to service the patients who lived north of our Flint locations.

With the addition of the Clio Health Clinic established in 2012, and the Lapeer Health Clinic which opened in 2016, Hamilton currently has six locations within its Network.