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Kreis Named Health System Vice President of Service Lines
David Thompson

Kreis Named Health System Vice President of Service Lines

MyMichigan Health

MIDLAND, MICHIGAN ~~~~~  August 16, 2022 (LSNews)   – Douglas Kreis, B.A., M.B.A., has been named system vice president of service lines for MyMichigan Health.

Kreis has worked for MyMichigan Health for 20 years. He has served as chief radiation therapist, director of diagnostic imaging, pain management and oncology services and, most recently, system service line director for neuroscience. As vice president of service lines, he will oversee the cardiovascular, oncology, musculoskeletal, behavioral health and neuroscience service lines throughout the health system.

“I enjoy working with staff and physicians to implement new programs and services that will advance our organization and meet our communities’ needs,” said Kreis. “Our service lines have matured; more and more we are becoming leaders in our industry, setting the tone for excellent health care delivery. I believe the future of MyMichigan Health is very bright.”

Kreis graduated from Siena Heights University with a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Allied Health (Radiation Therapy) and earned a Master of Business Administration degree from William Howard Taft University.

He has been married to wife Nancy for 23 years. They have a son Michael who is a high school sophomore. Outside of work, Kreis spends time with family and friends enjoying the outdoors. He is also a busy hockey and baseball dad.

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MyMichigan Health, a non-profit health system headquartered in Midland, Michigan, is a leader in providing award-winning, high-quality care to the 25-county region it serves. With Medical Centers in Alma, Alpena, Clare, Gladwin, Midland, Mt. Pleasant, Sault Ste. Marie and West Branch, MyMichigan also has affiliations with Medical Centers in St. Ignace and Mackinac Island. MyMichigan Health provides a full continuum of care across a wide array of settings, including urgent care centers, home health, virtual care, as well as medical offices in more than 30 specialties and subspecialties including cardiology, family medicine, hematology/oncology, neurosciences, orthopedics, pediatrics, vascular surgery, and more. MyMichigan Health demonstrates its commitment to the future of medicine by partnering with leading institutions to offer medical education programs that train medical students, physicians, nurse practitioner and physician assistant students, nursing students and other clinical experts for our region. Its more than 8,800 employees, volunteers, health care providers and other personnel work together to create healthy communities through solutions designed to meet the ever-changing needs of the 981,000 residents in the health system’s 25-county service area. In fiscal year 2021, MyMichigan Health provided $78 million in community benefits, as well as supported its patients and families with new equipment, services and programs with funds raised by the MyMichigan Health Foundation.


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