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Three Metro Health Executives Promoted

Posted: February 2, 2007

February 2, 2007

Metro Health has announced the promotions of three senior executives. The promotions include:

  • Chris Lawrence, who has served as director of legal services and
    risk management, is the new vice president of compliance. In her new
    role with the organization, Lawrence will be responsible for compliance
    programs for the hospital and neighborhood outpatient centers,
    including education, training, monitoring and auditing.
  • Bob Smedes, who will serve in the newly developed position of
    executive vice president of growth strategies. Smedes joined Metro
    Health in 2002 and has served as chief financial officer. In his new
    role, he will lead Metro’s venture development to attract and retain
    new primary-care physicians and specialists, to oversee marketing
    strategies for Metropolitan Enterprises and to maintain business
    relationships with the organizations located in the Metro Health
    Village.
  • Tim Susterich, who has served as vice president of finance,
    has been named the new chief financial officer. Susterich, who has been
    with the organization since 1999, will be responsible for all financial
    matters of Metro Health and its related entities.

"Metro Health congratulates Chris, Bob and Tim on these well-deserved
promotions," said Mike Faas, president and CEO. "These three are solid
leaders and have been strong contributors to Metro Health over the
years. I think each is well suited for the new challenges in these
highly demanding positions."

About Metro Health
Metro Health is a regional health-care organization with a 238-bed
general acute care osteopathic teaching hospital and 10 neighborhood
outpatient centers, serving more than 130,000 patients in Kent and
surrounding counties. Metro offers a broad range of services, including
hospital inpatient and outpatient services, emergency, surgery,
intensive care and rehabilitation. Physician, therapy and diagnostic
services are offered in its 10 neighborhood centers. Metro’s work is
supported by the Metro Health Hospital Foundation, which is a
charitable organization dedicated to improving the health and
well-being of the West Michigan community through philanthropy. For
more information, visit metrohealth.net.



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