Beaumont Health System announces executive appointments

4/11/2012

Gene Michalski, president and CEO, Beaumont Health System, has announced the appointments of four executives to new or expanded roles.

Samuel Flanders, M.D., of Bloomfield Township, has been appointed as executive vice president of Quality, Safety and Clinical Effectiveness for Beaumont Health System. Dr. Flanders will direct all Quality and Safety functions for the three-hospital system, and will oversee the work of Beaumont's Clinical Integration Councils. Dr. Flanders joined Beaumont in 2008 from Clarian Health Partners in Indiana where he was senior vice president of medical quality. He has a bachelor's degree in Computer Science from the University of Michigan and a medical degree from the University of Illinois College of Medicine. He is a clinical associate professor in the department of Pediatrics of the Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine.

Thomas Brisse

Thomas Brisse, of Oakland Township, has been appointed as executive vice president of Operations, Beaumont Health System. He will oversee the operations of Beaumont's three hospitals, ambulatory diagnostic and surgery centers, six Centers of Excellence, Support Services Integration Councils, Supply Chain, and Facilities and Real Estate Management through Jones Lang LaSalle. Brisse began his Beaumont career in 1987 in Management Engineering. He then served as administrative associate in the Beaumont Reference Laboratory before moving to Beaumont, Troy as assistant director, associate director, senior associate director, vice president of operations and then president of the hospital. He is a University of Michigan graduate with a bachelor's degree in Sociology and master's degree in Health Services Administration.

Nancy Susick, R.N.

Nancy Susick, R.N., of Rochester Hills, has been appointed as president of Beaumont Hospital, Troy, responsible for overseeing the operations of the 406-bed hospital and its ambulatory, diagnostic and surgery centers. Susick has held various staff, nursing leadership and administrative positions at Beaumont, Royal Oak and Troy since 1986. She most recently served as vice president, chief operating officer and chief nursing officer for Beaumont, Troy. She recently retired from the United States Navy Reserve, holding the rank of Captain after 24 years of service. Susick has a bachelor's degree in Nursing from Mercy College of Detroit and a master's degree in Nursing from Oakland University. She is the first female and nurse president of a Beaumont hospital.

Subra Sripada

Subra Sripada, of Northville, has been named executive vice president and chief administrative and information officer, Beaumont Health System. Sripada's areas of responsibility include Information Technology; Strategic Planning and Business Development; Marketing and Public Affairs; Corporate Planning and the Project Management Office. He joined Beaumont in 2008 from the consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers. He has worked in various industry and consulting positions in the U.S. and abroad. He received his bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Osmania University in India and his master's in industrial and systems engineering from Kansas State University.

About Beaumont Health System

Beaumont Health System is a three-hospital regional health system with a total of 1,726 licensed beds, more than 14,000 full-time equivalent employees and 3,700 physicians. In addition to its hospitals, Beaumont operates numerous community-based medical centers in Oakland, Macomb and Wayne counties, family practice and internal medicine practices, five nursing centers, a research institute, home care services and hospice. Beaumont is the exclusive clinical teaching site for the Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine. Visit Beaumont's website at www.beaumont.edu.

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