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Christopher Clark

Chris Clark is the visual storyteller for Spectrum Health. He was born in Owensboro, Kentucky, and has been a photographer and videographer in Grand Rapids for 29 years. His passion is capturing the moments that inform, can inspire change or bring a smile. He is very proud of the adventures and accomplishments of his three children, and he and his wife enjoy time at their home on a small inland lake. Other interests include water sports, riding his motorcycle and playing tennis.

Christopher Clark

Posts from Christopher Clark

Appreciation for those ‘fighting the good fight’

Every day at 5:30 p.m., River House residents put on a patriotic show from their balconies to recognize all the workers keeping the country going. 

Nursing classrooms transform into an annex hospital

A long-standing preparedness plan allows Spectrum Health to use a Grand Valley State University building as an off-site medical space, should the need arise.

COVID-19: Triage space open for screening

A tent extension of the emergency department is helping to screen those who have symptoms so medical workers are able to best serve the medical needs of the overall community.

Patient Story

May the force be with you, kiddos

Project Night Lights, Star Wars edition, features hundreds of waving lightsabers inside and outside Helen DeVos Children's Hospital.

Patient Story

Santa visits NICU babies

The littlest patients see jolly old Saint Nicholas before their first Christmas.

Winning at the finish

Runners fill the streets of Grand Rapids to test their fitness and endurance during multiple competitions.

Patient Story

Crusaders come to play

Kids see superheroes 'as symbols of strength, or hope, or a thousand other feelings they can connect with' —Spider-Man

Patient Story

Pilots fly Santa to children’s hospital

Reindeer get a break as airline crew members bring Santa to town and deliver some holiday cheer.

Patient Story

Superheroes see ‘smiles in their eyes’

Captain Marvel, Wonder Woman, Batman and Spider-Man spend time with heroic children.

Patient Story

‘You are the true heroes’

Former and current patients and their families join caregivers to show respect to those fighting childhood cancer.

Patient Story

Ribbons send messages of hope

Young patients bring awareness to childhood cancer with personalized ribbons.

Patient Story

‘My accident actually brought me to a better place’

Partially paralyzed ArtPrize artist visits children's hospital with his sister to play music, talk about art and have a little fun.

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