New health authority board convenes for first time

Merx, Katie
August 2004
Crain's Detroit Business;8/23/2004, Vol. 20 Issue 34, p2
The newly appointed members of the Detroit Wayne County Health Authority board convened for the first time last Wednesday. The city of Detroit, Wayne County and the state have charged the authority with creating a system to ensure that Wayne County's uninsured and underinsured residents have access to quality health care. Cynthia Taueg, vice president for urban and community health for St. John Health, Warren. Noble Maseru, director and health officer for the Detroit Department of Health and Wellness Promotion.


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