President Dr. Michael Wiemann: Continuous Learner Leads Providence Hospital
Michael Wiemann, MD, serves as the executive vice president of the Providence West Region of Warren, Mich.-based St. John Providence Health System and the president of Providence Hospital in Southfield, Mich. As president he leads more than 3,400 staff members; 1,500 physicians; and approximately 300 volunteers.
Prior to joining St. John Providence Health System, Dr. Wiemann served as senior vice president and CMO of Indianapolis-based St. Vincent Health. He was a member of the St. Vincent medical staff for 19 years. Prior to that, Dr. Wiemann served as director of the bone marrow transplant program at Roger Williams General Hospital in Providence, R.I., and as a medical oncologist and professor at Brown University School of Medicine in Providence.
"As a hospital president and senior system executive, I want to be certain that our hospitals continue to be successful in providing high-quality care and incremental value for our patients, families and communities in this time of dynamic change in the structure of the health care delivery system," says Dr. Wiemann.
Dr. Wiemann is passionate about medical oncology, his profession and continuing education. This is reflected in the many professional articles he has published. His desire to continuously learn has led to leadership roles in classrooms and research laboratories. Dr. Wiemann has also been awarded several grants in cancer studies.
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