Michigan Health and Hospital Association president to retire

Spencer Johnson who has worked 30 years as President of Michigan Health & Hospital Association has decided to retire from his job in June 2015. It is said that he spent 40 years of his life in advocacy and health care policy. Media reports claim that in June 2015, Johnson will be replaced by Brian Peters.

Presently, Peters is executive vice president of the association and he has been working Michigan Health & Hospital Association since the last 25 years.  Besides, Dennis Swan the chairman of MHA Board said that “Johnson has made Michigan as a worldly recognized State in terms of health care provider”. He further said that the contribution of Johnson is commendable and we would never forget his outstanding services.

Last but not the least, Peters is supposed to be one of the most senior and experience officials of MHA and he has worked on different positions of this organization.

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