Beth Loechler Cranson

After spending more than two decades as a newspaper reporter, editorial writer and columnist, Beth Loechler Cranson entered the world of public and media relations in 2009. She is driven by a desire to tell compelling stories, whether she is writing them herself or helping media outlets secure information and interviews. Beth, who lives in Grand Rapids with her husband and two children, embraces all four seasons Michigan has to offer. She’s a downhill skier who also enjoys mountain and road biking.

Posts from Beth Loechler Cranson

Med students meet their match

On Match Day, medical students nationwide received their residency assignments, including posts with Corewell Health.

Patient Story

New stroke treatment option

Physician removes Jerry Densmore's life-threatening brain blood clot in minutes with Zoom RDL device.

Fueling the front lines for 60 years—and counting

'If you keep working, you don’t realize the concept of age. You never miss a beat,' Butterworth Hospital chef Ollie Robinson, 84, says.

The pickleball attraction

Here are the Top 4 reasons this sport is becoming popular among those ages 50 and older.

Muscle maintenance 101

Learn how to care for your muscles before, during and after a workout.

Patient Story

‘This is what keeps us going’

With a new device comes new hope for a Michigan man who has battled seizures his entire life.

‘We are back’

Amway River Bank Run takes to the streets again.

10 summer activities ranked by riskiness

Here's what infectious disease doctors want you to know about having fun and staying healthy during the continued pandemic.

Hammock safety 101

An injury prevention nurse shares her top tips for making sure your relaxation time is safe.

Patient Story

‘My December miracle’

A 21-year-old college student battles back from a stroke and returns to the hospital a year later to thank the team who saved her life.

Patient Story

‘A pacemaker for the brain’

Deep brain stimulation eases symptoms for a man battling Parkinson's disease.

Finish line moments

Raised arms and smiles mix with a little pain as River Bank Run participants reach their finish line.