Mike Slubowski serves as president and chief operating officer of Trinity Health. He provides leadership and oversight to execute the organization's strategy, and ensure that people, processes, IT systems and resources are in place to achieve successful operations. He reports to and partners with the CEO providing overall strategic leadership for the organization by overseeing all system operations, and serving as the chief functional and operational integrator for the Ministry. Currently, he serves as the board chair of the Catholic Health Association of the United States.
Previously, Slubowski served as president and CEO of Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth Health System (SCL Health), based in Broomfield, Colorado. He provided executive leadership to SCL Health's entire health care ministry and led numerous strategic initiatives. Slubowski also served as president, Health Networks for Trinity Health, at that time the fourth largest Catholic health system in the U.S. serving nine states before its merger with Catholic Health East. In this capacity, Slubowski was the executive responsible for Trinity Health's non-inpatient services and strategies.
Slubowski started his career in hospital management 40 years ago. His first health care role was 10 years with Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, Michigan, where he was vice president of Ambulatory Satellites and Prepayment Programs. Subsequent roles included leadership positions at St. Joseph's Hospital in Macomb County, Michigan, Samaritan Health Services, Phoenix, Arizona, and Providence Hospital, Southfield, Michigan.
At Providence, he was executive vice president and chief operating officer and went on to become CEO. He joined Mercy Health Services, Farmington Hills, Michigan, as executive vice president-Michigan, which later merged with the Holy Cross Health System to become Trinity Health.
Slubowski holds a bachelor's degree in business administration and a master's degree in business administration from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. He also completed advanced health care leadership training through an Advanced Leadership Institute conducted by the University of Michigan School of Business and sponsored by the National Center for Healthcare Leadership.