Dr. Mark Hamed serves as Medical Director of the Departments of Emergency and Hospitalist Medicine at McKenzie Health System, a critical access hospital in Sandusky, Michigan. He made a huge impact on the local community when he spearheaded an “Oxy-Free” ED initiative in 2013 to combat the opiate abuse epidemic.
“You have to have a vision and a passion for what you believe in.”
Dr. Hamed serves as a faculty member at three medical schools, including Michigan State University, Central Michigan University and Wayne State University.
Raised in Metro Detroit, he attended the University of Michigan, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Pre-Medical Biology and Health Policy Studies. He then went on to complete his Doctor of Medicine (MD), while simultaneously earning a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree with a focus in Healthcare Management.
He completed his residency at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit and, while he is still employed there, has decided to direct the majority of his focus toward the McKenzie Health System after gaining a great respect for the hardworking community members of the Sandusky area.