Published on May 19, 2022

Sherwin Named President of MyMichigan Medical Center Midland

Photo of Chuck Sherwin, new president of MyMichigan Medical Center Midland.

Chuck Sherwin, FACHE

Chuck Sherwin, FACHE, has been named president of MyMichigan Medical Center Midland, replacing Bryan Cross, Pharm.D., who has transitioned to the chief operating officer position of MyMichigan Health.

“Chuck embodies all the qualities of a supportive and collaborative leader making him the right choice to further enhance the care we provide to our patients and all of the communities we serve,” said Dr. Cross. “His appointment comes at an exciting time, as our Medical Center in Midland recently began construction on our new Pardee Cancer Center. Chuck will undoubtedly have a great impact on the project as he has been an instrumental part in the growth of our health system. In fact, most recently, under Chuck’s leadership, we opened our new patient tower at MyMichigan Medical Center Alpena with all new private patient rooms and operating rooms. It’s a privilege to name him Medical Center president here in Midland.”

Sherwin has been with MyMichigan in Alpena for more than 25 years in various roles including administrator of the Alpena Cancer Center, vice president of Business Development and Clinical Services and chief nursing officer. He has served as president of MyMichigan Medical Center Alpena since 2018.

Sherwin holds a master’s degree in health care administration from the University of Detroit-Mercy and a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Olivet Nazarene University in Kankakee, Ill. He is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and has been certified in health care quality. He is currently pursuing a doctorate in strategic leadership. He is active in the Alpena community and serves on several local boards; he is currently the Assistant District Governor for Rotary International District 6310.

Sherwin looks forward to his role, continuing his work with MyMichigan Health, and becoming a part of the Midland community.

“While I am transitioning to a larger role, I am honored to remain in the health system and become involved in the Midland community,” said Sherwin. “I know that MyMichigan Medical Center Alpena will continue to deliver excellent care and retain the culture MyMichigan Health is known for, one that values its employees at every level and encourages growth. I’m proud to be part of it.”

Sherwin and his wife, Shannon, will soon move to Midland. They have two adult children.