Support Cadillac Hospital

Cadillac HospitalSince opening in 1908, Munson Healthcare Cadillac Hospital has worked to improve the health of people in the greater Cadillac region. Today, we provide quality health care to more than 80,000 residents across seven counties. Our hospital staffs 49 acute-care beds with 65 active physicians. We maintain our high quality through ongoing improvements.

Five-Star Quality Rated by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), recognized Munson Healthcare Cadillac Hospital as one of only ten hospitals in Michigan, out of 136 total, to receive a five-star rating for overall quality. Only about seven percent of hospitals nationwide were rated as five-star hospitals.

COVID-19 Response Fund

The COVID-19 Response Fund was established to help support the emerging needs of Munson Healthcare hospitals. Make a gift today to help ensure our healthcare team can quickly respond to patient and clinical needs in this time of crisis. 

This fund will be used for: 

  • Emergency medical triage supplies
  • Medical supplies for emergency departments, surgical, room and other patient-specific supplies in high demand
  • Testing sites to help prevent the spread of the illness

Core Services at Cadillac Hospital

Healthcare has never been simple, but the COVID-19 pandemic has driven us to go beyond what we ever thought was possible and has pushed Munson Healthcare to remodel the way we provide care for patients, while keeping staff protected in their new work environments.

Although it is uncertain what the future may bring, we know by maintaining and strengthening core services at Cadillac Hospital, we are securing healthcare for future generations to come. Our primary focus is, and will always be, your health, safety, and well-being.

Emergency Services

Within the last year alone, Cadillac Hospital administered emergency care for life-threatening illnesses and injuries with over 23,000 visits to the Emergency Department. With the increased volume of patients in need of acute, unscheduled emergency care around-the-clock, it is critical we continue to promote efficient workflow among first-responders, caregivers, patients, and their families. We are committed to taking the steps needed to ensure our Emergency Department remains strong by supporting clinical education, making needed equipment upgrades, and expanding emergency services.

Surgical Services

No area is subject to as much rapid and advancement in medical technology as the surgical services department. Cadillac Hospital experienced a 49 percent increase in the number of surgeries performed in the last year alone, and the needs of the community are projected to grow. To keep pace with the latest advancements, Cadillac Hospital must regularly update and replace critical technology and equipment to keep surgical procedures local, while extending the range of procedures available.


The safe arrival of your baby is our top priority, which is why Cadillac Hospital leadership continuously assesses clinical needs and are upgrading technology and equipment for the Family Birth Center. It is vital that the needs of these facilities are routinely evaluated to remain up-to-date with technology, new medical procedures, and qualified physicians to provide the best possible experience for expectant mothers and our littlest patients.

The total cost for these critical innovations at Cadillac Hospital is $350,000.

Patient Needs

The Patient Needs Fund provides financial assistance for the urgent needs of patients during a health-related crisis. Medical social workers and case management staff identify and approve financial assistance through this fund, based on patient needs. Immediate assistance is often provided until other resources can be arranged in partnership with other human services agencies.

Help provided through the Patient Needs Fund includes:

  • Gas cards, which allow patients to travel to and from home for medical appointments.
  • Assistance with groceries, medications, rent/mortgage payments, utilities  

Learn More

For more information, contact Courtney Mulder, Cadillac Charitable Giving Officer, at 231-213-1156 or

Circle of Excellence

The Circle of Excellence acknowledges generous donors of Munson Healthcare Cadillac Hospital who have cumulative gifts of at least $1,000 annually. Register for a Circle of Excellence event today (members only). 

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Donating is simple and secure. To make a gift by credit card please fill out the following information. Your gift is tax deductible to the full extent allowable by law.

To support Cadillac Hospital's Area of Greatest Need, please select "Cadillac Emergency Department Programs and Services" from the Designation section below. 

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