Mayor Mike Duggan, along with the CEOs of the three largest health systems in Detroit, DMC, Henry Ford Health System and St. John Providence and training partners Focus: HOPE and Oakland University will announce today at 2 p.m. a unique program that will standardize training for two entry-level health care jobs. All three competing health systems will commit to hire Detroiters from the same training pool.

• Training program an example of the new Detroit at Work initiative announced by Mayor Duggan during his State of the City address
• DMC, Henry Ford Health System & St. John Providence partnered with the city to develop a new healthcare industry training program
• Focus: HOPE and Oakland University School of Nursing Continuing Education selected to provide training to 240 residents over 12 months
WHEN: 2:00 PM, Thursday, April 13, 2017
WHERE: Second Floor 1400 Oakman Blvd, Detroit, MI 48238
WHO: Mayor Mike Duggan, DMC CEO Dr. Tony Tedeschi, Henry Ford Health System President and CEO Wright Lassiter, St. John Providence President and CEO Jean Meyer, Focus: HOPE CEO Jason Lee, Oakland University Associate Dean Gary Moore and other stakeholders

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