Spectrum Health West Michigan
Spectrum Health Medical Group Announces Appointments
Newly Formed Physician Corporation Builds Leadership Team
Spectrum Health Medical Group has announced several appointments to its senior management team.
“Our goal is to appoint physician and non-physician leaders in each area of the medical group organization who have the skills and experience to provide structure and efficiency as we grow,” said James M. Tucci, MD, MMM, president, Spectrum Health Medical Group. “These individuals will help us provide an opportunity for physicians to be a driving force in this integrated health care system.”
The appointments include:
Thea Reigler, vice president, human resources
Polly Krywanski, vice president, finance
Robert Sundelius, interim chief operating officer
Dan Grevengoed, director, physician practice integration and development
Tucci said that additional appointments to the leadership team will be announced soon.
Spectrum Health established the medical group to bring together all of its nearly 200 employed physicians in a common organization with a shared vision and infrastructure. Spectrum Health’s Primary Care Partners was the first physician group to transition to this new organization.
Spectrum Health is a not-for-profit health system in West Michigan that offers a full continuum of care through its seven hospitals, more than 140 service sites and Priority Health, a health plan with nearly 500,000 members. Spectrum Health’s 14,000 employees, 1,500 medical staff members and 2,000 volunteers are committed to delivering the highest quality care to those in medical need. The organization provided $111.1 million in community benefit during its 2008 fiscal year. As a system, Spectrum Health has earned more than 100 awards during the past 10 years. More news about Spectrum Health is available at spectrum-health.org/news.