Ed has been with Cedar Crest for a total 14 year. His most recent hire was in November 2014 after an 18-month departure to care for his ailing wife. Ed’s knack for data collection, assessment, and reporting lends itself to his current role. He served as the DON for Cedar Crest from 1999 to 1213. During that time, he saw the transformation of the hospital from an exclusive provider of residential treatment to the predominately acute care provider that it is today. Ed is also retired military.