About Dr. Cruz
Dr. Edgar Cruz is a family physician. Originally from Mexico, he earned his medical degree at the Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon School of Medicine in Monterrey, Mexico.
He completed his residency training in Family Medicine at Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, Michigan, where he served as chief resident. After residency, he acquired a small private practice, which merged 3 years later with the Henry Ford Macomb Hospital.
Dr. Cruz has been the medical director and practicing family physician in a primary care center in Washington, Michigan, where he saw patients of all ages; from newborns to our most older adults, men and women alike.
Dr. Cruz strongly believes in preventive care, education and patient centered medical care. He helps the patients to participate, as the most important member of the team, in their healthcare. As a very strong Christian person he understands that health is the balance of body, mind and spirit. Being an immigrant himself, and completely bilingual in English and Spanish, he is always aware of cultural differences and is always compassionate and very professional.
Dr. Cruz has a passion for community involvement and enrichment. He frequently organizes educational talks, health fairs, and performs sports physicals for sports participants through the high schools in the community. He has received several recognitions for his community involvement. The Dr. Martin Luther King “Keep the Dream Alive Award” by the Archdiocese of Detroit, also the “Diversity Hero Award” through Henry Ford Health System.