Place often indicates access to care and the health and well-being of residents; Macomb Partners in Health to alter reality in Eastpointe, Roseville and Warren
The GDAHC-led Macomb Partners in Health is an initiative funded
by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services
Everyone deserves access to a healthier way of life, no matter where you live or work. Unfortunately too often, place determines your state of health, your access to care, and your overall well-being; a current reality we shared in an e-newsletter last month.

Macomb Partners in Health will strive to ensure that the people who live, work, play and worship will not become a statistic in the communities of Eastpointe, Roseville and Warren.

Watch our video introducing this initiative.

How can you participate?
The key partners (in addition to the organizations mentioned in the video) include the following:
  • Macomb County Health Department
  • Henry Ford Macomb Hospital
  • St. John Providence Partners in Care
  • Advantage Health Centers
  • AFPD - Voice of the Independent Retailers
  • Gleaners Community Food Bank
  • Michigan Food and Beverage Association
  • MSU Extension
  • MyCare Health Center
  • Recreation Authority of Roseville and Eastpointe
  • Serra's Market
  • Value Fresh Marketplace
  • Walgreens
  • City of Warren Parks and Recreation
Thur, November 5
5:30 - 8:00 p.m. 
Detroit Marriott
Renaissance Center
400 Renaissance Dr
Detroit, MI 48243
Your opportunity to connect with the region's health care stakeholders on November 5
Next month, GDAHC will honor three prominent health care executives, Brian Connolly, Paul LaCasse, D.O., and Gene Michalski, who charted the merger of Beaumont, Botsford and Oakwood health systems; behavioral health organization Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority for its work to transform behavioral health; and entrepreneur Cassie Sobelton for leading corporate wellness programs.
WJBK-FOX 2 Detroit's Roop Raj will emcee this year's GDAHC awards dinner ceremony, Salute! to Healthcare, presented by Beaumont Health, at the Detroit Marriott Renaissance Center on Thursday, November 5 at 5:30 - 8:00 p.m.
  • Network with the most impressive, powerful, diverse group of health care stakeholders.
  • Celebrate individuals and organizations that have transformed health care (read about the 2015 honorees).
  • Learn about GDAHC health and well-being programs and support its mission.

Purchase a table or tickets. More information is available by contacting Bryan Peckinpaugh at
313-965-4123 or

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