Healthcare Pathways

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Healthcare Pathways

Ever wonder what it would be like to start your own nursing business, or what it means to be an entrepreneur in the healthcare industry? This event series is designed to showcase the variety of entrepreneurial opportunities in the healthcare industry.

 

Past Events

Panelists:

  • Michael Malecki, RN, FF/NREMT, CBIS, President/Owner, M&M Home Care
  • Stacey Lohmeier, RN, BSN, President/CEO, Lohmeier Consulting

Moderated by Elise Sampson, WCC faculty

Panelists:

  • Ace Tinsley
  • René Stark
  • Sara Randazzo
  • Karin Elling
  • Stephanie Gager

Moderated by Dr. Kiela Samuels, PharmD

Panelists:

  • Stephen Dion, RN, BSN, Clinical Nursing Supervisor/WCC Clinical Instructor, Michigan Medicine
  • Amy Loveland, MHA, BSN, RN, Patient Care Coordinator, Great Lakes Caring
  • Michael Malecki, RN, President/CEO, M & M Homecare
  • Sherry Oswald, RN, Hospital, Private Practice, Hospice Care
  • David Roberts, RN, Flight Nurse, UofM Survival Flight; Owner, Health eSimulations
  • Tashira Winston, RN, MSN, CNL, Director of Nursing Practice & Education, St. Mary Mercy Hospital

Moderated by Elise Sampson, WCC faculty

Panelists:

  • Heather Barton, RN, currently enrolled in Nurse Practitioner program
  • Karen Frank, RN, CHPN, Administrator, Owner, Kaizen Home Care
  • Mary Laidlaw, RN
  • Sherry Oswald, RN
  • Breanne K. Stuart, Pres./CEO, Homewatch CareGivers of Ann Arbor

Moderated by Elise Sampson, WCC faculty


If you are seeking additional resources for a business in healthcare, feel free to start with our business guides here.


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