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Medical firm hires VP of HR

November 15, 2017
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Melissa Dabrowski
Melissa Dabrowski. Courtesy Great Lakes Management Services Organization

A local medical practice management firm has named its new vice president of human resources.

Grand Rapids-based Great Lakes Management Services Organization said last month it hired Melissa Dabrowski for the role.

Her responsibilities will include implementing new processes and refining current processes, increasing efficiency and engaging employees.

Dabrowski has 10 years of experience in human resources, strategic planning, information technology, forecasting and financing.

Dabrowski comes to Great Lakes MSO from Behringer and Co. as an executive partner, where she was the lead consultant on career exploration client engagements.

Previously, she led the global succession planning and talent acquisition process for Federal-Mogul Motorparts.

Dabrowski graduated from Saginaw Valley State University in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree is business administration management.

She graduated from Central Michigan University in 2010 with a master’s degree in human resources.

“Melissa’s ability to collaborate with leaders at all levels and align processes is an enormous asset to Great Lakes MSO,” said Bill Hughson, CEO, Grand Rapids Ophthalmology, which is managed by Great Lakes MSO.

“She is passionate about fostering open and honest team environments to ensure that everyone is personally thriving and set up for professional success.”

Great Lakes MSO

Great Lakes Management Services Organization is the practice management organization that manages Grand Rapids Ophthalmology and its related retail optical and surgical facility businesses, including Lakeshore Eye in East Grand Rapids and Walker Surgical Center in Walker.

The organization plans to expand further into Michigan and the Midwest and is in discussion with additional area eye care services.

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