Michigan Primary Care Association Announces New CEO
Thursday, April 28, 2016
Lansing, MI, April 28, 2016–– Michigan Primary Care Association (MPCA), the voice for Health Centers and other community-based providers in Michigan, announces Loretta V. Bush as the organization’s new Chief Executive Officer effective May 23, 2016. Bush joins MPCA as Kim Sibilsky, the Association’s current chief executive officer, will retire on June 1, 2016, after leading the organization for more than 20 years.
Bush brings more than 25 years of leadership and management experience in health and human services, government and nonprofit organizations. She has extensive experience in addressing the complex health issues of the uninsured, underinsured and vulnerable populations. Her success in population-based health care will be an asset to the Michigan-based Association.
Bush will be stepping down as the president and chief executive officer for the Institute of Population Health in Detroit, Michigan, where she has lead the organization since 2012.
For more information about Michigan Primary Care, visit www.mpca.net.
For over 35 years, the Michigan Primary Care Association (MPCA) has been the voice for Health Centers and other community-based providers. MPCA is a leader in building a healthy society in which all residents have convenient and affordable access to quality health care. MPCA’s mission is to promote, support, and develop comprehensive, accessible, and affordable quality community-based primary care services to everyone in Michigan. For more information, please visit www.mpca.net or call 517.381.8000.