Dr. Ken Grimm is board certified in Family Medicine. He grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but has made Michigan his home since 1994. He lives in Cherry Hill Village, less than one mile from the practice, with his wife and two children. His bachelor's degree is from The Johns Hopkins University, and his medical degree is from the University of Pennsylvania. He completed his residency at the University of Michigan, where he served as chief resident in his final year. He has been in practice in the area since 1997. He has taught medical students from both the University of Michigan and Wayne State University, and resident physicians at both the Oakwood and Saint Mary Mercy Hospitals' Family Medicine Residency Programs.
Dr. Grimm believes his role is to be a partner with his patients in their health care. He is an advisor, offering medical facts and expert opinions to his patients, allowing them to make their own best, most informed decisions regarding their healthcare.
Dr. Grimm has a special interest in Preventive Medicine, realizing that it is far better to prevent a disease or a complication from happening, than it is to manage it later. He is an expert in the science of Preventive Medicine. He can offer you advice on what the latest research has taught us, and how it applies to your own personal preventive health plan.
Dr. Grimm believes deeply in the model of the true Family Doctor, where patients and their families have a personal relationship with their physician, who is there to help them with all of their healthcare needs in a comprehensive and continuous way over long periods of time. This has, unfortunately, become rare in healthcare today. If it something that you value too, you can find it here. This is what we mean by modern medicine, old-fashioned care.
Sara West is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She lives in Livonia with her husband and their two sweet and spunky children.
She has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Albion College and a bachelor’s degree in Nursing from the University of Michigan. Sara also completed her master’s degree to become a Family Nurse Practitioner at the University of Michigan. She enjoys working with people of all ages and spent her time as a nurse working at the University of Michigan’s Mott Children’s Hospital.
As an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse, Sara values working as a partner with her patients in their health care decisions. She will offer up-to-date science and expert opinions when helping her patients make informed decisions regarding their healthcare.
Sara views health not only as the absence of disease, but also as a sense of balance in one’s life and a feeling of wellness. She believes that when there is illness, optimizing one’s emotional health is essential to treatment and recovery.
Sara believes in the importance of a healthy lifestyle from birth through adulthood. This often requires a collaborative effort between all family members. She can help you work toward healthier choices and provides counseling and support for people interested in making positive changes to improve their health.
Sara listens intently to her patients’ concerns and strives to create a trusting environment so that the each person’s healthcare needs can be managed in a comprehensive manner.
Kenneth J. Grimm, MD, MS, FAAFP
Cherry Hill Village Family Medicine
50439 Independence Street
Canton, MI 48188
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Kimberly Snowdon is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She resides in Livonia with her wonderful husband and two beautiful daughters.
Kimberly has undergraduate degrees in nursing and completed her master’s degree to become a Family Nurse Practitioner at Chamberlain University. She has held a board certification in the specialty of lactation since 2008. Her nursing career began as a RN in the NICU at Banner Health in Arizona and later at the University of Michigan. She gained experience in the specialty of allergy during her time at The Asthma & Allergic Disease Center in Livonia. Most recently, she spent 15 years at St. Mary Mercy Hospital in Livonia. While there, she started in the Special Care Nursery and Post-Partum area, later focusing her work on newborn and infant nutrition. In addition, she taught weekly newborn care classes and facilitated support groups. Kimberly was proud to establish the first human donor milk program for the hospital. She received the Daisy Foundation Award in 2011 which recognizes exceptional achievements worldwide in the field of nursing.
Kimberly believes it is essential to set the stage for optimal nutrition throughout the entire lifespan by starting early in the pediatric years. She assists families in providing the best nutrition possible for their children with extensive education and guidance during visits. Kimberly is skilled in exploring the root cause of her patient’s allergies by assisting them in eliminating triggers so they can live as comfortable as possible.
Kimberly carefully listens to her patients concerns and healthcare goals. She considers her patients part of her family and is honored to be entrusted with their care.